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The Miami Heat won their second consecutive NBA championship and will try to get No. 3 in a row in what could be LeBron James' final year on South Beach and at American Airlines Arena.
James can opt out of his contract at the end of the season, and while he hasn't said that he plans to do just that, he hasn't denied it, either. It's likely to depend on how the team does this year and if the cast around him plays well and can stay healthy.
The Heat should feel pretty fortunate they won the title last year, as San Antonio had them dead in their tracks until they collapsed at the end of Game 6. Miami brought back almost the same exact team, which is a bit concerning with the other Eastern Conference contenders getting better.
As tough as it was for Miami last year, it's only going to get harder. Dwyane Wade isn't any younger, and Chicago and Indiana will be gunning for them. It's going to take another phenomenal season from James to match Michael Jordan's three straight rings. Regardless, the Heat are an exciting team to watch and their fans love them.
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