Miami Heat: 50-1
Something seems different about the Miami Heat this season.
I have got itNorris Cole’s high-top fade is much more exactly squared off than it was last year.
Oh LeBron James is not on the team anymore, which provides a blow in 2014-15 to Miami’s title hopes. That the Heat are comparative long shots after featuring as thick favorites this time one year before.
Miami has Josh McRoberts, Danny Granger and specialists Luol Deng –three offseason improvements president Pat Riley would have chosen as James’ sidekicks, not replacements.
Chris Bosh will be a featured part of the offense now, and he will do his best to reprise the part of 20-10 dynamo he performed the Toronto Raptors. And Dwyane Wade will step back in the spotlight, hoping his body holds up under the stress of responsibility.
On paper, it seems just like the Heat have enough ability to stay around as a playoff team. However, if another 28 games nursing his knees are missed by Wade, these postseason dreams could evaporate.
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