Miami Heat 08-’09 Or ’09-’10: Who’s The Better Squad?

April 1st, 2010 by Allen Levin Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat are in their most critical stretch of the season, with only seven games remaining and the team only trailing the fifth seeded Milwaukee Bucks by one game. Miami has played their best ball of the season recently, winning 12 out of their last 15 games and are currently enjoying a six-game win streak.

The Heat's domination in the month of March has propelled them to seven games over .500 at 41-34 and has put them in an excellent position to finish with a better record than last year's 43-39 mark. Miami is seven games over .500 for the first time in three years and has the opportunity to finish 10 games over that mark if they go 5-2 over their final seven contests.

This is quite a feat considering just over a month ago, the team's season was in danger of spiraling out of control after five consecutive losses dipped them under the .500 mark and had them fall all the way down to the eighth seed.

Since then, Miami has been on fire and is finally looking like the improved team they were expected to be at the beginning of the season when a matured Michael Beasley and a healthy Jermaine O'Neal were supposed to make the team a lot more dange ...

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