Miami Heat: Mike Miller is the Super Team’s Ace in the Hole

October 9th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
The NBA preseason is really nothing more than a series of glorified scrimmages, but due to the Miami Heat's moves in the offseason, there was plenty of interest in the Heat's recent game against Kevin Durant's Oklahoma City Thunder.

Never mind that Heat star Dwyane Wade was injured, because LeBron James and Chris Bosh put on a show, and looked dynamic in the open court, and in transition, as the Heat downed the Thunder, 103-96.

It's just the preseason but if the Heat can really sustain that type of pace, then I see few teams being able to keep up with them, and the irony is, the Heat play an uptempo game, but defend with an Eastern Conference attitude.

James and Bosh looked great, but what stood out in my mind was the image of Mike Miller, and the number of wide-open shots he missed from the three point line.

Miller finished with 15 points on 6-13 shooting from the field, but he missed seven out of his 10 three-point attempts, and man was he open.

Miller had time to catch most of the passes, tie his shoes, square his shoulders, and he still missed the shots.

The errant shots were bad, but th ...

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