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Dwyane Wade and LeBron James were rejoicing for the entirety of their walk from the Dallas bench to the Miami bench. Heat players spilled onto the floor, many with fists in the air.
Once again, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade basked in the roar of the crowd in their home arena, only to be accused of celebrating prematurely.
From his seat, whether at an exhibition game or the NBA finals, Pat Riley has remained largely stoic this season. His expression hardly changes, no matter the situation.
At the start, the Miami Heat couldn't finish.
At the start, the Miami Heat couldn't finish. That's apparently no longer the case.
The sling and grimaces were gone when Mike Miller walked on the court Wednesday, and the Miami Heat reserve guard smiled when asked about his latest injury.
Dwyane Wade's night began with a hug for his mom. It ended with an embrace from LeBron James.
LeBron James walked through the tunnel leading from the Miami Heat locker room Monday, stepped onto the court and gave a yell. He looked down at the NBA finals logo newly affixed on the floor, smiled and nodded.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh will play Game 1 of the NBA finals on their home floor.