- Why does LeBron, in the crunch time, drive to the left when he is right handed? He needs to drive to the right with a little less force so he can recognize the defensive help and dump it off to the "big" who would be open.
- What's the point of having quality role players and 3 point shooters if James or Wade aren't going to pass it to them when the D collapses? They spread the floor for no purpose. How about we try a pick and roll with Wade with Bosh about 15 feet out and James running baseline? I wish I was designing their plays.
- Even if Bosh thinks he sucks in the low post, how about you man up and try it? It may not work but it may attract enough attention to give others a nice shot. Him in the post clears a lane for possible cutters. If it doesn't, then Bosh should go from posting up to face-up, his forte.
- What's the real reason for this big 3 - to have the media attention or win? Couldn't they have done without one of the big 3 and spend the money on a few good big men. I don't think Big Z and Joel Anthony count as quality. Just look at the Lakers - one dominant guard with Gasol, Odom and Bynum, all giant in size for their position. Or are the Heat happy with the attention and a second round exit? Cause LeBron could of just stayed in Cleveland for that without sharing the spotlight.
- Does anyone besides the TV ratings want to see a Lakers-Heat final? I feel like the Heat would get dominated inside and it wouldn't live up to the hype of the stars playing in it. Phil Jackson would easily out-coach the Heat because of the experience (not a knock on Spoelstra)
- The Heat, especially their big stars, need to stop worrying about and responding to what everyone says about them. It's the media's job to rattle you and they are winning. Have a bit of a thick head and ignore it. Just give the usual, cliche answer and let it be.
- Tracy McGrady for point guard next year. Relatively on fire of late - 10+ points, 5+ assists. Another good offseason, he could be in shape to distribute and cause match up problems at point guard.
- This team does not play defense. Wade and James only play it when there is a highlight to be made.
- Coach Erik Spoelstra is not the problem. He has the same principles, methods and plays as Pat Riley. Just cause his players might not be buddies with him, doesn't mean they can't listen and learn from
Eventually, all will be fine in Miami. We will talk about their growth as a team and the growing pains they went through. They'll get the right players to complement the stars. Nobody will worry about their late game failures because the Heat will put it together on both ends of the court for a consistent period of time. Miami Heat, 2012 NBA Champions.