Miami Heat: Take a Deep Breath and Relax, Panic Setting in Way Too Early

December 16th, 2009 by John Friel Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat currently stand at 12-11. A dismal 7-7 at home and are fifth in the Eastern Conference.

Superstar Dwyane Wade is in one of the worst shooting slumps of his career. The supporting cast isn’t doing as much as Heat fans had hoped for. Wade has criticized the team’s lack of effort after two consecutive losses, including a 28-point loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.

I’ll give you a minute to take it all into consideration...

Got it all in your system yet?

Good, now please take a seat and relax because the Heat are not in peril.

And just because Wade says the team is not putting in the effort they need to win games does not mean he already booked his plane ticket for New York come 2010.

He is doing what every leader on every team in NBA history has done at least once in their career: give his thoughts and considerations onto what this team needs to do to turn it around and get this season going in the right direction.

The main concern with this team going into the 2009-’10 season was whether Dwyane Wade was going to be in a Miami Heat uniform when the 2010-’11 season rolls around.

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