Welcome to The Heat Beat Podcast, a weekly NBA podcast dedicated to bringing you the latest dose of Miami Heat news, insight, and commentary from MiamiHeatBeat.com. Hosted and produced by Giancarlo Navas and Brian Goins, our clunky mixture of data-driven analysis, on-air buffoonery, and perspective is cleverly crafted for listeners to laugh and learn as we try to make sense of the NBA and its franchise in Biscayne Bay. Official Miami Heat podcast of the Blue Wire Podcast Network.
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Giancarlo Navas is joined by Alphonse Sidney, Kenny Spence, Tiffany Meeks and Christian Hernandez to discuss: • NBA’s Christmas Slate • Heat off season rumors • Kevin Durant update And more! Visit TICKPICK.COM/HEATBEAT today and use the promo code HE... more
We hosted a special episode of Miami Heat Beat to help raise funds for our guy Franky to help get his dog, Plex, the MRI he needs. Donation link: https://t.co/GX2Hbeer9D Giancarlo Navas is joined by Franky Garcia, Tiffany Meeks, Kenny Spence, Alphons... more
We're back from vacation! Giancarlo Navas is joined by Tiffany Meeks and Siobhan Beslow to discuss: • Kevin Durant’s path to Miami • Who starts at the four for Miami? • Jovic expectations And more! Visit TICKPICK.COM/HEATBEAT today and use the promo ... more
Horribly produced, everyone had a different audio level, they had a whole video breakdown segment which does not play on a podcast. Zero basketball knowledge shown in the hour I listened, just spouting box score stats.
Just commenting after these arrogant hosts said they “love to make fun of Knicks fans” then proceed to blow a 17 point fourth quarter lead 🤣
Really great and they always keep improving, only thing I’m not a fan of is all the talk on blm, lgbtq, etc they have sometimes. It’s cool to show their support, it’s important and all but I want to hear about the Heat and the jokes they make on the podcast, not about all that stuff we hear about already 24/7. The vaccine talk and the politics can get annoying too. Personally I just think those beliefs should stay private. But when they talk about the Heat (which is about 80% of the time) it’s a... more
Fun insightful Heat podcast
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The Miami Heat Beat Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 619 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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