How to Exploit the Miami Heat’s 5 Biggest Weaknesses

November 30th, 2012 by Tim Collins Leave a reply »
Exploiting weaknesses of the Miami Heat is something that every team in the NBA is attempting on a nightly basis. However, finding a way to exploit a weakness means you actually need to identify one first.

That's not the easiest task where Miami is concerned.

At 11-3, the defending champions sit atop the Eastern Conference, owning the second-best record in the league after the season's opening month. They are still unbeaten at home (7-0) and are currently on a five-game winning streak.

To make finding weaknesses harder, they own the league's second-best offense (110.1 offensive efficiency), boast the NBA's best player, have an elite supporting cast and possess an indomitable will and belief to conquer all.

However, that's not to say there aren't any chinks in the armor.

Despite an impressive start to 2012-13, there are a number of ways in which opposing teams can attack the Heat to try to bring about their downfall. Although Miami is still capable of winning when their weaknesses are exposed, it's imperative for opposing teams to attack the areas in which the Heat's soft spots lie.

 

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