Miami Heat: 50-1

Something seems different about the Miami Heat this year.
I’ve got itNorris Cole’s high-top fade is more than it was last season squared away.
Oh LeBron James is not on the team anymore, which delivers a blow that is decent-sized to Miami’s title hopes in 2014-15. That the Heat are comparative shots, after incorporating as heavy favorites this time one year ago.
Filling in for the King, Miami has specialists Luol Deng, Danny Granger and Josh McRoberts–three offseason improvements president Pat Riley would have preferred as James’ sidekicks, not replacements.
Chris Bosh will be a part of the offense now, and he’ll do his best to reprise the role of 20-10 dynamo he performed with the Toronto Raptors. And Dwyane Wade will step back into the spotlight, trusting his body holds up under the stress of responsibility.
It seems like the Heat have enough ability. However, if another 28 matches esophageal his knees are missed by Wade, these postseason dreams could vanish.

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