Miami Heat Will Win The NBA Championship
June 4, 2013
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Miami Heat. Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and the rest of the Miami Heat own the NBA Championship. Yes, I know they still have to play the San Antonio Spurs but come on! There is no way the Spurs have a chance against this team. The Heat have been playing awful and still they win. Last night they finally got some production from Dwayne Wade and look what happened. And for all you Lebron James haters out there because he left Cleveland, you need to get over it. I admit he was stupid to make such a big deal out of it with all the press conferences and hoopla. But moving to Miami was smart, very smart. By joining Miami and keeping Wade there he all but insured a long run at the NBA Championship. He looked at other great teams and learned he needed to have more than one superstar to achieve greatness, i.e., the Lakers with Magic and Kareem. Miami now has all the tools…they have a great bench, great role players, and great superstars. Their biggest weakness, besides Wade’s knees, was in my opinion the coaching staff but that too seems to be improving. For example, putting James on Paul George last night was a brilliant coaching move by Erik Spoelstra. I’ll take the Heat to win the Championship this year, and next year too assuming they are all back and healthy.
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