The New NBA: Is the New Super Team in Miami Good for the NBA?

July 30th, 2010 by Kevin Lindsey Leave a reply »

LeBron James and Chris Bosh partnering with Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat is being criticized by many commentators as the beginning of the NBA Armageddon.

The theory is that Miami will dominate this decade by winning multiple NBA championships to the point that other teams in the league will have no choice but to follow the blueprint set out by the Heat.

As a result of Miami dominating the decade and teams hopelessly trying to copy the success of the Heat, the NBA will be set on a course of a downward spiral that will lead to fan apathy, loss of revenue for the league, and ultimately contraction of several teams.

While it is not a foregone conclusion that Miami will win the most championships this decade, it is clear that talk of end of the NBA is completely misplaced.  

Whether Miami wins NBA titles or not, the league will ultimately likely be stronger as a result of the ...

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