Miami Heat update
Good piece of information to come out of a report, regarding the last crucial minutes of the game.
The website casino.com, in a piece called NBA chokers and closers, noted that the Heat shot 62.5 percent when leading by one possession in the final minutes last year, second- best behind only Minnesota. On the other hand, shot 38.5 percent when trailing by one possession late, which was 17th in the league.
In other news.
The Heat said it will have no further comment on Heat chief revenue officer Jeffrey David, who has been placed on leave as the FBI investigates his alleged role in a money laundering scheme in California before he joined the Heat organization in July, according to the Sacramento Bee.
The Heat’s statement: “We are aware of the investigation of Jeff David, which focuses on events that took place prior to his joining our team. We are fully cooperating with the authorities. Jeff David is on leave, pending the outcome of the investigation.”