NBA Offseason Classification: Bulls, Heat, Jazz and More…

August 3rd, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
Offseason Classifications

"Pulp, ice and Orange Juice -- can't top it" (Offseason)

1.) Miami Heat: Once Miami Heat felt that ease in doubt from Dwyane Wade, ultimately it led to the signing of Chris Bosh. But as if that wasn't enough, Lebron James decided to sign-on with the super duo, too, assembling the most talented trio to ever exist in any sports league. And with each of the three independently scoring above 20-points per game this past regular season, controlling their three shares as the top-10 reigning scoring leaders, this lends favorable circumstances for borderline NBA talents and veterans chasing their only option to late June.

Statistical Projections
Lebron James
09-10: 30 PTS; 7 REB; 9 AST
10-11: 18 PTS; 13 REB; 12 AST

Dwyane Wade
09-10: 27 PTS; 5 REB; 7 AST
10-11: 23 PTS; 6 REB; 10 AST

Chris Bosh
09-10: 24 PTS; 11 REB; 2 AST
10-11: 20 PTS; 12 REB; 4 AST


2.) Chicago Bulls: Honestly, who could say they saw it coming. Arguably one of the most celebrated NBA franchises outside of the U.S. has finally regained enough assets to compete with the big boys, inspiring fans far back as the 90's to gr ...

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