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A digital ticket stub commemorating the HEAT’s NBA Finals series versus the Dallas Mavericks during the 2006 NBA Playoffs, designed in a retro 8-bit style. In the regular season, Dallas had its way with Miami, defeating the HEAT twice by an average of 24 points, including a 36-point blowout in February. But the latter of those humbling losses proved to be the starting point of Miami’s Championship chase, as the team reignited its focus to win 15 of its next 16 games. And yet, when the two first-time Finalists met again 4 months later, Dallas seemed unfazed by Miami’s renewed fire—the Mavericks won games 1 and 2 with ease. Their dominance continued in Game 3, as the Mavericks held a 13-point lead with 6 minutes left in the 4th quarter—but Miami’s dynamic young superstar had other ideas. Proclaiming “I ain’t goin’ out like this”, Dwyane Wade single-handedly saved the HEAT from a 3-0 hole, scoring 15 of his 42 points in the final period to win 98-96. From there on, it was Wade’s world, as the third-year guard willed the HEAT to 3 more wins en route to its first-ever NBA Championship. And with nightly averages of nearly 35 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals, Wade was fittingly named Finals MVP—the 5th-youngest (at the time) to ever do so.

Limited to 15 editions, each individually numbered.

All sales are final and non-refundable.

Subject to the terms and conditions set forth on NFT.HEAT.com.

On the night of June 20th, 2006, the Miami HEAT captured the first NBA Championship in its 18-year history—a 4-2 victory over the Dallas Mavericks, brought to fruition by a band of castoffs, misfits, and budding stars better known as “15 STRONG”.

And now – 15 seasons since first hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy – we’re proud to unveil a unique collection of digital memorabilia inspired by the matchups and moments from the team’s inaugural White Hot run: seven 1-of-1 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) – and their limited-edition 8-bit style counterparts – plus a special Burnie NFT, each minted on the blockchain in limited supply.

Place a bid on a 1-of-1 Classic NFT, or buy a limited-edition 15-Bit to own a piece of digital HEAT history, plus earn the opportunity to unlock physical replicas and 2021-22 game tickets with select NFT editions.

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0x495f...7b5e

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ERC-1155

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Ethereum

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Centralized

Miami HEAT - 15-bit 2006 NBA Finals NFT - 8/15

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A digital ticket stub commemorating the HEAT’s NBA Finals series versus the Dallas Mavericks during the 2006 NBA Playoffs, designed in a retro 8-bit style. In the regular season, Dallas had its way with Miami, defeating the HEAT twice by an average of 24 points, including a 36-point blowout in February. But the latter of those humbling losses proved to be the starting point of Miami’s Championship chase, as the team reignited its focus to win 15 of its next 16 games. And yet, when the two first-time Finalists met again 4 months later, Dallas seemed unfazed by Miami’s renewed fire—the Mavericks won games 1 and 2 with ease. Their dominance continued in Game 3, as the Mavericks held a 13-point lead with 6 minutes left in the 4th quarter—but Miami’s dynamic young superstar had other ideas. Proclaiming “I ain’t goin’ out like this”, Dwyane Wade single-handedly saved the HEAT from a 3-0 hole, scoring 15 of his 42 points in the final period to win 98-96. From there on, it was Wade’s world, as the third-year guard willed the HEAT to 3 more wins en route to its first-ever NBA Championship. And with nightly averages of nearly 35 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals, Wade was fittingly named Finals MVP—the 5th-youngest (at the time) to ever do so.

Limited to 15 editions, each individually numbered.

All sales are final and non-refundable.

Subject to the terms and conditions set forth on NFT.HEAT.com.

On the night of June 20th, 2006, the Miami HEAT captured the first NBA Championship in its 18-year history—a 4-2 victory over the Dallas Mavericks, brought to fruition by a band of castoffs, misfits, and budding stars better known as “15 STRONG”.

And now – 15 seasons since first hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy – we’re proud to unveil a unique collection of digital memorabilia inspired by the matchups and moments from the team’s inaugural White Hot run: seven 1-of-1 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) – and their limited-edition 8-bit style counterparts – plus a special Burnie NFT, each minted on the blockchain in limited supply.

Place a bid on a 1-of-1 Classic NFT, or buy a limited-edition 15-Bit to own a piece of digital HEAT history, plus earn the opportunity to unlock physical replicas and 2021-22 game tickets with select NFT editions.

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0x495f...7b5e

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ERC-1155

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Ethereum

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