NBA Trade Rumors: Would Nene Hilario To the Miami Heat Make Them Title Favorites

February 1st, 2011 by John Friel Leave a reply »
When the Miami Heat began the 2010-11 campaign, the organization knew that they had three monumental advantages in every game for the next six years. Having LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh on the court wearing the same jersey might be the greatest threat and largest advantage a team has held over any other organization since Wilt Chamberlain was scoring 50 points per game on an average night. Bosh is a quality mid-range shooter, while the combination of Wade and James is the scariest sight to see when running with momentum on a fast break.

However, even with this trio joining together in Miami, there were still plenty of glaring holes and problems that could derail the assured championship that everybody was expecting. For instance, the Heat has the oldest team in basketball with three players 35 years or older, and nine players overall that are 30 years or older. Of the 35-year old players, Zydrunas Ilgauskas is the only player who receives significant playing time, while Juwan Howard sees his playing time coming at the moment, mostly because of injuries at the power forward position, and Erick Dampier is only instituted when the Heat take on one of the larger ...

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