For the sixth season in a row, your Miami Heat will be playing on Christmas. While the opponent hasn't been officially decided yet, Barry Jackson from the Miami Herald reported that the opponent might be the New Orleans Pelicans in an afternoon match up.
Even though Miami went through a lottery season, the offseason for the franchise along with high expectations clearly favored Miami into the discussion for playing on Christmas for yet another year.
In the first 20 seasons of its franchise life, Miami played on Christmas just five times. Now its played each of the past six seasons, accounting for a total record of 9-2 overall, which includes being 4-0 at home. Miami had one of the most memorable games of the 2014-15 season when they defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 101-91.
We all had a feeling Miami would be involved in the Christmas Day of NBA games considering the jerseys for that game have already leaked. So let's take a look back at Miami's exciting Christmas journey over the years..
Quote of the game: "We didn't bring him here on a gurney. This is not a quick trip to South Beach. He still has the ability to make some big plays, and at the same time he did a great job defending Kobe." Pat Riley speaking about the impact Gary Payton had down the stretch.
Quote of the game: "Flash, man, that boy's got something." - Dorell Wright speaking on Wade's 41 points and 11 assists.
Quote of the game: "Coach Fizdale said, 'Take us home,' and I just had that mentality," - Dwyane Wade, who scored 10 points in the final six minutes and led the team with 30 points and 9 assists.
Quote of the game: "Just asked him what he got for Christmas," LeBron on the trash talk with Kobe during the game.
Quote of the game: "It was showtime" - Mario Chalmers on defeating Dallas.
Quote of the game: "I'm tired as hell right now," James said after a near triple double of 30 points, nine assists and eight rebounds.
Quote of the game: "It's not as special when Kobe's not out there," - LeBron James.
Quote of the game: "Couple of the best in this generation," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra speaking on LeBron and D-Wade.
The full 2015-16 NBA season schedule will be released next Tuesday.
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