The Miami Heat have been going through it recently. Like every other team seems to have already done, well nearly all of them, the Heat are now dealing with their own personal health and safety protocols outbreak.
Not being labeled specifically as such, that is only associated with what has to be perceived as an actual outbreak of positive COVID test results. Having their Wednesday contest postponed, the second game of a back-to-back set of games that started with a win over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday, the Miami Heat are scheduled to play in Houston on Friday evening.
However, those chances may be at risk now with the latest reports. It seems that they canceled an organized team scenario on Thursday, most likely, protocols related.
Again and as indicative of the mysterious nature of all of these happenings, the game in Houston on Friday for the Miami Heat has to now be in question, right? That’s, at least, what some are hinting at.
The Miami Heat have been hit hard by protocols in the last few days. With a ton of signings, their latest one is quite a nostalgic one for fans.
Moving beyond just that game though, this, likely, means that the Heat returned more positive tests.
With that and in accordance with the league’s new replacement player policy, to keep playing the games without postponement, the Miami Heat have added a rash of players over the last few days.
None of them and it deserves repeating, none of them, makes the splash in the real world and with the fanbase like this next guy does. Here is the latest Miami Heat hardship signing.
Clamoring for it since this latest wave of positive test results and signings, Miami Heat fans and faithful finally have their wish. A two-time NBA Champion with the Miami Heat, Mario Chalmers joins a Miami Heat team that is currently seeking to make another run for an NBA title this year.
He, likely, isn’t long for the team, at this point, but it does add a great bit of nostalgia to the mix. At least, for a little while and until they can get healthy.
Eagerly enough, it should be very fascinating to see what Rio still has left.