Miami Heat: Can Miami’s Issues Be Solved By Time and Chemistry Alone?

November 11th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
Whenever I write an article critical of the Miami Heat, I am usually labeled as a hater, but in truth nothing would please me more than to see the Heat and Boston Celtics square off in the 2011 NBA Eastern Conference Finals.

But, before that can happen there are several issues Miami must solve, and contrary to some opinions, not all of these issues can be reconciled by time or better chemistry.

Everyone knows there is a period of adjustment needed for Miami's new trio of stars to grow comfortable playing with each other, and to be honest they have been far above the learning curve in certain areas.

For instance Miami's defense has been the NBA's best through the first eight games of the season, and it will only improve as LeBron James and Dwyane Wade become more comfortable with each other's tendencies.

James and Wade already look comfortable together on the offensive end, and although Chris Bosh is still trying to find his niche, Bosh's 14.8 points per game average is not bad considering the company he keeps.

However there are some issues the Heat have that time will not solve, and regardless of how much patience you ...

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