Miami Heat Early Struggles: Why It’s Not Time To Panic Yet

November 12th, 2010 by Sean Grimm Leave a reply »
As of November 11th around an hour before midnight, the Miami Heat are 5-4. A record that's less than impressive, not even close to being easy on the eye for Heat fans with the ridiculous expectations surrounding this team. It's safe to say that LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and Pat Riley probably didn't envision this era to start off like this.

But it's not time to panic yet, not even close. Look back at the opening paragraph and see if you can take out the most important fact. If you can't find it, I'll tell you what it is.

November 11th.

When is the last time anyone has scrutinized the first nine games of an NBA season? Of course, it's different with Miami and the hype surrounding the super star laden team, but that was inevitable. However, fans and haters of the Heat both must remember, we haven't even scratched the surface of this NBA season yet. We're less than 10 games in.

Now, as for the Heat's struggles themselves, even Heat fans can admit they are glaringly obvious. No defensive presence at the center spot, no true starting point guard who can make a consistent impact night in and night out. Joel Anthony has been ex ...

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