Miami Heat: How To Get LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh More in Sync

December 16th, 2010 by Justin Eisenband Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat are on a 10-game winning streak. Calls for the firing of coach Erik Spoelstra have ceased and there is a general feeling in the Miami locker room that this team is back on track.

However, over the last 10 games, the Heat, while dominating the opposition, have played relatively few tough opponents. The toughest teams played over the 10-game winning streak, the New Orleans Hornets and Utah Jazz, can be considered playoff teams, but victories over the majority of other opponents played did not prove anything.

The Heat still have much to prove against the elite of the NBA including the Boston Celtics who they have already lost to twice. While the Heat have been winning and dominating by large margins of victory, the offense needs to be able to score efficiently against more staunch defenses.

In recent games, it has become apparent that while Wade, James and Bosh have all performed significantly better as individuals, their chemistry still lacks in many areas.

Here is how coach Erik Spoelstra can help the Miami Thrice get more in sync:

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