The (Less Important) Decision: Who Will Start At Point Guard For The Miami Heat?

September 17th, 2010 by Justin Eisenband Leave a reply »
On a team with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, whichever guard is lucky enough to be penciled into the Heat starting lineup is destined to rack up tons of easy assists and open shots.

Perhaps a Point Guard for a Night promotion where a lucky Heat fan will be inserted into the starting lineup, or how about instead of returning to the bench to coach Pat Riley laces up his sneakers?

Kidding aside, one of the following players will have the opportunity to rack up some serious stats playing in the one of the most fearsome lineups ever put together.


The Favorite:

Mario Chalmers

Despite starting 82 games as a rookie while averaging 10.0 ppg and 2.0 steals per game, Chalmers lost his starting job just 22 games into last year's campaign.

While Chalmers certainly regressed last year, there is no doubt that he possesses the skills to complement the Miami superstars.

A smooth ball handler, Chalmers must show that he is able to spread the floor and limit turnovers in the backcourt.

Additionally, the former Jayhawk must display the clutch three-point shooting and lock ...

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