Miami Heat managing general partner Micky Arison released an open letter to the team’s fans Thursday night, telling them he is confident they’ll enjoy the upcoming season.
The letter’s release on the Heat Twitter account came a few hours after the NBA schedule was released. It’ll be the first Heat schedule since 2002-03 without Dwyane Wade, who left Miami after 13 seasons and signed with the Chicago Bulls.
Source: The Associated Press on ESPN
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