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1991–92 Miami Heat season

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NBA Season Opening 29 Years Ago | 1991-92 Season

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Rare Michael Jordan highlights | Chicago Bulls @ Miami Heat (1992) - MJ 37p, 9r & 13a

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1992 Bulls Introduction vs. Heat

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Michael Jordan - 21pts, HOF Game vs. Heat (1992)

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1992 04 24 Miami Heat @ Chicago Bulls G1

The 1991–92 NBA season was the fourth season of the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Heat selected Steve Smith with the fifth pick in the 1991 NBA draft, and hired Kevin Loughery as their new head coach after the resignation of Ron Rothstein prior to the start of season. The Heat got off to a fast start winning seven of their first ten games, but lost 8 of their next 9 games along the way. After holding out most of the 91–92 season only playing in five games, the Heat traded Sherman Douglas to the Boston Celtics for crafty guard Brian Shaw. Loughery coached the Heat to their first ever postseason appearance in franchise history, as they finished fourth in the Atlantic Division with a 38–44 record, winning a tie-breaker for the #8 seed in the Eastern Conference over the Atlanta Hawks.
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