Apr 2, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) dunks the ball over Milwaukee Bucks forward Ekpe Udoh as Milwaukee Bucks center John Henson (31) looks on in the first half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

Previewing Miami Heat Playoff Tickets

While the Heat may not have home court throughout the 2014 playoffs, LeBron James and company still could become the first major American sports team to three-peat since the Los Angeles Lakers in the early 2000’s. Miami’s success will depend on the health of Dwyane Wade, who missed more than 25 games this season. The 11-year veteran has battled a number of injuries with the most recent one being to his left hamstring, but he has had one of the most efficient seasons for a guard in NBA history. If he has a strong postseason, he could win the fourth championship for this franchise, and you can see it by getting your Miami Heat playoff tickets now.

There are 7,744 Miami Heat playoff tickets available on the secondary market for the first round at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. Although the average ticket price is $260.82, this price is only 11.73 percent more than the regular-season price of $233.43. This playoff premium is the lowest of any team in the 2014 NBA playoffs, so you will be getting your Heat tickets at a very good price.

Along with resting Wade for the playoffs, Erik Spoelstra is trying to have Greg Oden available for the most important time of the year. The Ohio State product has played his most games in a season since his rookie year and will be needed to help the Heat in the frontcourt. As one of the league’s worst rebounding teams, Miami is hoping that Oden will be healthy enough to give the team double-digit minutes, especially when Roy Hibbert is on the opposition.

Oden hopes to join James and Chris Bosh in the frontcourt. James is looking for yet another Most Valuable Player trophy, and Bosh is arguably the most clutch player in the league. They hope to make it three Larry O’Brien Championship Trophies in a row, but it will be difficult since the Brooklyn Nets swept them in their regular-season series. Only a few champions in NBA history have been swept during the regular season in which they eventually became the NBA Finals victor.

If Miami makes it to the NBA Finals in 2014, the squad will have played approximately 300 games since the beginning of the 2011-12 season. It will be an uphill climb for the Heat, but it sure will be exciting.

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