Get Free Tickets to the Premiere of Miami Heat's Into the Fire Documentary
The Heat may not have a celebration quite like last year's infamous pre-season pep rally planned to kick off the season -- but maybe that's because they want you to relive that welcoming party all over again. The Heat are about to unleash a documentary film, Into the Fire, and lucky fans will get a chance to view the film at American Airlines Arena.
The feature-length documentary, narrated by Alonzo Mourning, documents the team's 2010-11 season beginning with the big three's introduction at AAA. Spoiler alert: It doesn't have a happy ending. Regardless, here's the trailer:
The film will premier this Saturday at 6 p.m. inside AAA. Fans can score free tickets by liking the team's Facebook page and going through a registration process.
But what exactly will you be seeing? NBA.com describes it like this:
Into the Fire provides a comprehensive look at the 2010-11 season beginning on July 9, 2010 with the historic signing of the year's top three free agents: Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. Narrated by HEAT Legend Alonzo Mourning, the film gives the audience an insider's look at the team from the opening of training camp to the highs and lows of the grueling regular season to the epic rematch between the HEAT and the Dallas Mavericks during the 2011 NBA Finals. It showcases spectacular highlights, player post-game reactions and commentary from Wade, Bosh, Udonis Haslem, Head Coach Erik Spoelstra and Team President Pat Riley. The story is told through a collage of local and national media clips and interviews conducted with writers who regularly cover the team .
Sounds, well, sort of self congratulatory! Producing a documentary about a season that didn't even end in a championship isn't going to help with those entitlement woes.
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