Miami Heat’s Temperature Gauge: Ranking the 2010 Training Camp Roster

October 6th, 2010 by Benny Vargas Leave a reply »
Wait, so you mean to say the Heat are that good with just two-thirds of their constellation of stars?

That was supposed to be their weakness. Miami was expected to crumble if one of their "Three Kings" went down.

The pundits and cynics said they had no depth and were just an injury away from having no chance. Well, that train of thought may need to be readdressed.

The Miami Heat took on the Detroit Pistons in their exhibition opener on Tuesday night. What transpired should be very encouraging for Heat fans.

Despite having Dwyane Wade go out just three minutes into the contest, Miami was still able to beat up on the Pistons en route to a 105-89 victory.

The win showed that Miami, even without one of its three main parts, can still boast the league's best duo. That's right; even without Wade, Miami would still have the NBA's best one-two punch in LeBron James and Chris Bosh.

That has to be terrifying to every other team in the league.

So we know they're talented at the top, but how does the rest of the Heat roster look? Who is a lock to make the team, and who's just in camp as another body to throw out on th ...

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