Diagnosing Miami Heat’s Remaining Roster Flaws

August 13th, 2013 by Sean Grimm Leave a reply »

The Miami Heat may be coming off two straight championships, but LeBron James and his group are unquestionably looking to improve in one or two areas as next season’s tip nears.

Although the Heat did pull off the franchise’s third title this past June, it did take seven games in both the conference finals and the finals to get it done.

And if a few bounces happened to go the Indiana Pacers’ or San Antonio Spurs’ way, the outcome of Miami’s campaign could have ended up vastly different than how we see it today.

If James and the Heat had fallen to the Pacers or the Spurs, the outlook on next year’s season in Miami would be faced with far more questions than it does now. Mike Miller likely wouldn’t have been the only drastic roster move made.

In reality, Miami’s roster wouldn’t have been any worse if Ray Allen didn’t hit that shot in Game 6, or if young stars Roy Hibbert and Paul George hadn’t collapsed down the stretch in the conference finals.

But ever since James, Wade and Bosh came together in the summer of 2010, the pre ...

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