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It is that time of year again!  The defending Eastern Conference Champion Miami Heat recently announced their 2011-12 Preseason schedule.  The eight-game schedule is highlighted by three games at the AmericanAirlines Arena, beginning with the Oct. 11 game against the intrastate rival Orlando Magic and concluding with a nationally televised game at home against the Washington Wizards on Oct. 28.

The lineup includes the Orlando game (Oct. 11) and the Washington game (Oct. 28).  The Heat will also be hosting the New Orleans Hornets on Oct. 24 at the AmericanAirlines Arena.

Got Tickets?  Contact me about tickets if interested (barnod@yahoo.com).

I am a Miami Heat Season Ticket Holder.  I bought them three years ago to give to clients and referral sources.

The Seats are fantastic.  They are lower level Section 119, Row 21, Aisle Seats 19 & 20.  The feedback I’ve gotten from clients is that they are great for smokers (close to the smoking balcony), pee-ers (close to the bathrooms), frequent callers (easy exit to the mezzanine), eaters (close to the snack stands), and gawkers (close to the Heat Dancers).  Check this link to see the 3D Seating Chart to give you some idea:  http://www.seats3d.com/nba/miami_heat/

The Miami Heat is Miami’s professional basketball team. The Heat is owned by Micky Arison, managed by Pat Riley, and coached by Erik Spoelstra.

 

The preseason schedule is as follows:

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME TV
Oct. 11 Orlando at Miami AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL 7:30 PM SUN
Oct. 14 Miami at Houston Toyota Center, Houston, TX 8:00 PM SUN
Oct. 15 Houston vs. Miami Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO 8:30 PM None
Oct. 19 Miami vs. Charlotte RBC Center, Raleigh, NC 7:00 PM None
Oct. 20 Miami at Memphis FedEx Forum, Memphis, TN 8:00 PM TNT
Oct. 24 New Orleans at Miami AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL 7:30 PM SUN
Oct. 26 Miami at Detroit Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI 7:30 PM SUN
Oct. 28 Washington at Miami AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL 7:00 PM ESPN

 

 

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