Miami Heat drive length of court, score without dribbling ball once (Video)

Jan 29, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) is pressured by Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Kevin Durant (35) during the first half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Heat are definitely something special, but that’s stating the obvious. When you assemble the three best free agents in a single class and put them all on the same team, you’d expect things to go well and that has been the case for the Heat in Miami.

LeBron Jame is the best player in the NBA but he becomes even better when he’s surrounded by brilliant compliments. Miami has done that and thanks to it, the team looks absolutely unstoppable at time. We saw a case of this against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday.


That’s right, the ball doesn’t hit the court once. It just goes to show that sometimes the Heat don’t play like human beings, they play like someone activated a cheat code to make them freakishly unstoppable.


Topics: Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder

Want more from FanSided?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.

9 minutes ago

Google offering try out of Google Glass

12 minutes ago

NBA Draft 2014: Current draft order

17 minutes ago

NFL Draft rumors: Marqise Lee visits with New England Patriots