The Miami Heat’s Best Chance To Win is with LeBron James at Point Guard

September 26th, 2010 by Phil Constable Leave a reply »
Following the months of speculation leading to "the decision" we all thought the summer of LeBron James was finally over. But even with Carmelo Anthony doing his own LeBron, King James still has a mini decision surrounding him ahead of the new season: where he should play.

Despite appearing as a small forward on paper in Cleveland, James was forced to perform just about every task to the highest quality simply for the Cavaliers to have even the slightest chance of victory. As chief scorer, playmaker, rebounder, and leader LeBron had no freedom, no margin for error; if he had an average game, they lost.

Now, however, in his move to Miami, James has given himself the all-star cast he wanted and now head coach Eric Spoelstra faces a dilemma as to which role he should use the double MVP in.

In order to win championships you have to have your best players on the court the majority of the time and in Mike Miller the Heat have the perfect complimentary man for James and Wade, a three-point marksman for the superstars to kick out to when driving down the lane, the one problem is that they both play the same position.

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