Miami Heat Woes: 5 Concerns the New Orleans Hornets Exposed in Their Victory

November 6th, 2010 by Bhemis Parks Leave a reply »
On Friday night, the Miami Heat flew into New Orleans with the idea of getting their fifth win of the season against an undefeated club. What they left with was a loss and further plodding and poking by their detractors and haters.

The Miami Heat currently stand at 4-2 this season with its newly formed All-Star trio. Last year, they were 5-1 through six games and arguably a more difficult schedule.

At this point in the season last year, the Heat had faced three playoff teams (Denver, Chicago and Phoenix), going 2-1. It would’ve been a 3-0 record had the Heat not relinquished a 15-point third-quarter lead vs the Suns. This season they have only faced two teams that made the playoffs last season and are 1-1.

Being that it’s early in the season, their record isn’t much of a concern as it is ground for folks to further criticize them for their offseason signings. So one shouldn’t be surprised by all the idiotic and premature blogs, as well as articles sprouting up after a loss to a very good and undefeated New Orleans club.

This is something the Miami Heat team and fanbase will have to endure for the rest of the se ...

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