Miami Heat: The Beast in The Southeast

September 14th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
I often come about accessible public opinions that state the logic that a team, or underdog, has to dismantle the champion of a league, conference, or division in order to be taken aback.

That's understandable to a certain extent. It does not apply to the Miami Heat.

I respect what the reigning Southeast Division champs, Orlando Magic, were able to accomplish last season; and if you were to poll which team has other franchises' support, the Heat wouldn't be near Magic's echelon as unorthodox as that sounds.

But I digress.

Think about this: How valid would it be to say 'Washington Wizards, plus a primed Michael Jordan (not circa 2002-03) could possibly dethrone Los Angeles Lakers in 2010-11?

Just as quick as that claim is made, it'll be the spewers last notability, as disdain would come flocking toward him or her, in an expectance of differencing opinion.

But in some instances you just have to own up to it, and accept that a team like Miami Heat, with their fairweather fans, who inherited another franchise's all, must be taken more seriously due to the three names jotted on paper in ink.

People seem to forget, the Chicago Bulls ...

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