2010 NBA Offseason: Top 10 Options to Play Center for Miami Superteam

July 10th, 2010 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »
With the official introduction of Miami's new superteam to its city, the "Three Kings" era has begun. While the entire state of Florida has been in a tizzy regarding their new toys, the other 49 states have been swiftly deconstructing LeBron James's legacy and public reputation. ESPN columnist Bill Simmons equated it to Hulk Hogan joining the nWo in wrestling. Fox Sports columnist Jason Whitlock photoshopped a clown wig and nose to the caption picture of his column regarding the fiasco. Cavs owner Dan Gilbert literally placed himself inside a clown suit in his insane (to everyone outside Ohio) open letter to fans. Everyone seemed so intently focused on the spectacle that they forgot to mention the most important thing: winning. Winning was the reason LeBron James gave to Jim Gray for leaving. Winning immediately is the expectation placed on Miami's new superteam. Well, winning cannot be done with just three players, regardless of their greatness. With point guard Mario Chalmers already in place, Miami desperately needs a center to fit with the pieces of a championship team. But the Heat management should not simply sign the best available player and move on. ...

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