Miami Ice: What The Chicago Bulls Can Learn From the Ice Cold Heat

November 23rd, 2010 by Kelly Scaletta Leave a reply »
My dad taught me a lot of things. One that has come back to me through the years is this. It's good to learn from your mistakes. It's better to learn form other people's mistakes; that way you don't have to make them. The Chicago Bulls (and their fans) would be wise to take that advice and look to Miami before further entertaining dreams of what could come from a Boozer-Rose-Anthony trio to "compete" with Miami. The essential lesson is that basketball is a team game, not a game of collected stars. 

James and Wade are really, really good. Regardless of what a person thinks of James "Decision" or of the Heat's start to the season, there is  one thing that few would argue. As far as talent goes, they don't get much better than this pair. Their Player Efficiency Rating is good for 2nd and 6th all time respectively. I don't argue that makes them the 2nd and 6th best players in history, I just maintain that establishes them as being pretty darned good. And really, Chris Bosh is no slouch either at "only" 41st. 

No wonder people were wondering how many championships they'd win after they came together. Of course it's not too late, but after thei ...

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