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A digital ticket stub commemorating the HEAT’s second round series versus the New Jersey Nets during the 2006 NBA Playoffs, designed in a retro 8-bit style. After a stunning Game 1 loss at home, the HEAT rallied to win the next 3 games by an average of 14 points. The clincher came in Game 5, as Miami overcame a pair of 33-point performances from New Jersey’s Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson to steal the game in the final moments—a last-second deflection and steal by Dwyane Wade. Wade would once again lead Miami statistically, upping his scoring average to over 27 points per game to go along with 6 rebounds and 6 assists.

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

Token ID

Token Standard

ERC-1155

Blockchain

Ethereum

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Centralized

Miami HEAT - 15-bit 2006 Eastern Conference Semifinals NFT - 8/15

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A digital ticket stub commemorating the HEAT’s second round series versus the New Jersey Nets during the 2006 NBA Playoffs, designed in a retro 8-bit style. After a stunning Game 1 loss at home, the HEAT rallied to win the next 3 games by an average of 14 points. The clincher came in Game 5, as Miami overcame a pair of 33-point performances from New Jersey’s Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson to steal the game in the final moments—a last-second deflection and steal by Dwyane Wade. Wade would once again lead Miami statistically, upping his scoring average to over 27 points per game to go along with 6 rebounds and 6 assists.

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.

Contract Address

0x495f...7b5e

Token ID

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ERC-1155

Blockchain

Ethereum

Metadata

Centralized

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