Miami Heat can mend and get a few wins during light Christmas week

Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo (13) enters the court at the start of the second half of the NBA Mexico City Game 2022 against the San Antonio Spurs(Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)
Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo (13) enters the court at the start of the second half of the NBA Mexico City Game 2022 against the San Antonio Spurs(Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Miami Heat Can Mend And Get A Few Wins During Light Christmas Week

To put it into perspective, their ninth game of the month came on the 17th of the month, when their first game of the month was on the second.

That means that the Miami Heat have played nine scheduled games in 15 real days across the calendar. Though those are just the rigors of the NBA schedule, that makes it no less taxing on their bodies and roster.

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And this is something that has shown up too in reality, featuring one of the most exhausted injury reports in sports on a day-to-day basis. Ironically enough, they were recently fined due to the volatility of their injury status, being labeled by the league as trying to manipulate their injury reporting, basically.

The Miami Heat would then “clap back” by listing every single player on their roster along the report, which was a bit tongue in cheek but at the same time, indicative of just how banged up they are as all of those guys really qualified to be mentioned on the report.