Miami Heat Training Camp 2013: Roster Projections, Team Analysis and Preview

September 24th, 2013 by Matthew Schmidt Leave a reply »

For the second consecutive year, the Miami Heat will enter the NBA season on top of the world. Coming off back-to-back championships, the Heat look to join an exclusive list of five teams that have three-peated over the course of history.

Of course, doing so will not be easy.

In a rapidly improving Eastern Conference, Miami will absolutely need to bring its "A" game if it wants to see a third straight title come to fruition. The Heat will also need to remain healthy, and they may need more contributions from role players than ever before.

So, what's in store for LeBron James and company in 2013-14?

Let's take a look back at what they did in 2012-13 and then delve into what to expect this season.


2012-13 Recap

Record: 66-16 Southeast Division champions No. 1 seed in Eastern Conference NBA champions  

Key Stats: The Good and Bad

The Heat were an absolutely dominant force offensively last season. Miami ranked No. 1 in offensive efficiency, averaging 110.3 points per 100 possessions (according to ESPN's Hollinger Stats). Judging ...

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