The Miami Heat Are One Injury Away From Being Irrelevant

August 23rd, 2010 by Ryan Virgin Leave a reply »
This article Courtesy Of Rip City Report

So you signed the three best free agents this summer to long-term deals.

Three players that were once cornerstones of their previous organizations.

Fan favorites. Saviors. All-Stars.

Those three players are expected to bring you six years of winning and hopefully a couple Championships along the way.

But what happens if three turns into two?

Or the unspeakable, what if three turns into a one?

Let me explain.

The Miami Heat won the jackpot in July when they snagged the three biggest free agents on the market: LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and they retained Dwyane Wade.

The Miami Heat changed the meaning of building a championship contender, and they did so over night.

But Miami's path to championship contention has its benefits and its faults.

On one hand, the organization doesn't have to draft players, then wait years to see if they fulfill their potential. Snagging three proven free agents bypasses that process, allowing the team to experience instant success.

But by building through the dr ...

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