Miami Heat: 10 Puzzles the Heat Must Solve To Beat the Boston Celtics

February 13th, 2011 by Michael Cahill Leave a reply »
For the Miami Heat, the 2010-11 season has been about figuring things out. They had to learn to play with the hate. They've had to learn to play without Mike Miller, and they learned how to play without Udonis Haslem. They had to learn to weather the coaching controversy storm, and they have had to learn how to co-exist as three guys(Dwayne Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh) who normally were the ONLY guy on their team.

Still, the one thing they haven't been able to figure out yet is what to do about the Boston Celtics. In every meeting against the Celtics this season they have looked lost like and incomplete, like a puzzle missing a few pieces. The Celtics have had an answer for everything the Heat have tried to do.

The Heat have NBA Finals aspirations, but the road to the Finals will almost definitely run through Boston. So if they can't figure out how to beat Boston they are in for a disappointing summer. Here are 10 problems facing the Heat against their arch rivals, and how to fix them.  

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