Miami Heat’s Biggest Problems? Stagnant Offense and Chris Bosh Not Rebounding

November 13th, 2010 by Jeff Awesome Leave a reply »

For those of you who lived under a rock in 2010, Chris Bosh and LeBron James signed with the Miami Heat to join forces with Dwyane Wade to form the first ever 82-0 team.

...or so we thought.

The dream team has turned into the nightmare team.

As of November 13, 2010, the Miami Heat are at a disappointing 6-4, worse than teams like Golden State, New Orleans and Cleveland (just kidding).

To their defense, their four losses (Boston twice, Utah, New Orleans) had a combined record of 28-7 as of tonight. Their five wins (New Jersey twice, Philadelphia, Orlando, Minnesota) had a combined record of 20-36 as of tonight.

For those of you with mathematical ability, that's a total 48-44 record of their opponents, good enough for home-court advantage in the Eastern Conference in the first round. If you didn't catch my drift, that was a joke.

"But why have the Heat struggled?" You may ask. Well, the title answers that question.

First and foremost, the Heat should be given more time to gel. Bosh, Wade and James have been used to being "El Hombre" for so long that it is a tough transition to sha ...

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