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Miami Heat updates: For Heat, it’s all about living in the moment
MIAMI – In less than two weeks, it will be for real at AmericanAirlines Arena, with championship rings to be presented before the Oct. 30 season opener against the Celtics.
“Of course,” LeBron James said aloud to no one in particular as he walked through the pregame locker room, “if they could, they would have had us get our rings in Boston. In a room on the side.”
“Yeah,” Mike Miller chimed in, as he tends to do, “our families would have gotten to watch on Skype.”
Thursday’s 105-78 victory over the Pistons was just a warm-up, the first home preseason game, and therefore the first game at AmericanAirlines Arena, since the Heat strode into the June 21 night with the franchise’s second NBA championship.
To a degree, much has changed, images of the 2012 championship now displayed throughout the corridors alongside the memories of the 2006 title, Ray Allen this time joining Miller and James Jones for extended pregame shooting on the same side of the court.
And yet, to a degree, little has changed.
Because there it was Thursday morning, the infamous “outside noise” that Erik Spoelstra had spoken so often about amid the two-year quest to win an NBA title in the franchise’s Big Three Era.