Why the New Miami Heat Should Not Be Compared to MJ’s Chicago Bulls

November 6th, 2010 by Aaron Sharrow Leave a reply »
If you look up the definition of basketball on dictionary.com, it is very simple in seeing why MJ's teams were much more dangerous opponents than the Heat. 

Dictionary.com defines basketball as a game played by two teams, normally containing at least five players. 

In the NBA, teams carry 12 active players per game.  While the definition is pretty obvious if you have ever watched a basketball game, but if you go into detail, you can see so clearly why Michael Jordan is still considered by most the best basketball player in the history of the game.

Basketball is a team game, and while sometimes while watching a pro basketball game this might not always seem that way with all the high point totals and so much of a team's offense being based on isolation, and while the numbers do look unreal it doesn't always win games.

So you may be asking yourself how can a team with not just one, but three players who average over 20 points per game could lose. 

The way teams are able to beat them is with the things we try to teach our kids playing in YMCAs, and gyms all over the world. 

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