Miami Heat: 12 Reasons Why LeBron James and Dwyane Wade Will Develop Chemistry

November 29th, 2010 by John Friel Leave a reply »
It's not exactly panning out how we thought it would be.

To the avail of critics and to the disappointment of Heat fans, the Miami Heat and their modern day dream team have yet to prove to anyone that they are the legitimate favorite to win the next few championships as expected prior to the beginning of the season. At 9-8 and with a recent double-digit loss to the Dallas Mavericks coupled with losses to Indiana and Memphis, the NBA world is going insane at the thought of this Heat team being recognized as a bust.

To be perfectly honest though, there shouldn't be anything to worry about too much. The losses to Memphis and Indiana were a bit painful, but it's all part of the growing up process. When the Boston Celtics came together and found immediate success, NBA fans now have the belief that any team that brings superstars onto their team will see it too.

The difference between a team like Boston and Miami is that the Celtics brought in players that all had their niche. Allen was a long-range shooter, Pierce was a shooter and slasher, and Garnett was a mid-range shooter. The Heat feature Wade and James who are both slashers and Bosh who has play ...

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