Miami Heat Not Rising to Expectations In Second Loss To Boston Celtics

November 12th, 2010 by Frances White Leave a reply »
It wasn't supposed to be like this.  Local and national media pegged Miami to be the one team that could eclipse the 72 win total of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.  They were the ones who tried to lay claim to the name  "Big Three;" a term that had forever been linked with the Boston Celtic organization.  Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh and possibly the Maimi Heat organization forgot that it takes more than talent to win.  

Miami has arguably two off the best players at their position however duplication and lack of support has caused them to falter down the stretch.  They have faced the Boston Celtics twice in the first nine games of the season.  Each time, it has been LeBron who has taken it upon himself to bull-doze his way through the opposing team.  Each time they have come up short wondering why.  Is it time to panic? Only Pat Riley's note cards can tell us but his facial expressions in last night game told us all we needed to know.

The heat is on head coach Erik Spoelstra to figure out how to bring the Miami "Ego" machine into line. We all remember the day after "Le Decision" when James proudly ...

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