The Miami Heat currently sit at 12-15 on the season in 3rd place in the Southeast Division and are currently the 7th seed in the east. Things for the Heat haven’t exactly been all perfect as the fans wish they were, but they’ll turn it around. All they need is to catch a few breaks and have a few things happen. Here’s why the Miami Heat will be just fine
1: Players Getting Healthy
The Miami Heat have suffered a ton of injuries this season. From Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade, Danny Granger, Chris Andersen, Norris Cole, Mario Chalmers, Luol Deng, and others all missing time with injuries the Heat have struggled to put their best product on the court night in a night out.
2: Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh
The Heat have a 8-2 record when Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh both play. Get this two on the court, the entire team is able to play like they have LeBron James still. With Wade’s hamstring injury and Bosh’s calf injury however, we haven’t been able to prove this furthermore.
#3 Mario Chalmers Will Become The Starting Point Guard
Norris Cole has became the Heat’s starting point guard this season, but besides a few good games Cole has struggled to play up to par. Inserting Chalmers back into the starting role gives the Heat a player who knows how to win and a veteran presence at the point guard spot.
#4 Erik Spolestra Knows How to Win
Many people are blaming the Heat’s poor start on Heat head coach Erik Spolestra. That is not the case as there is a reason why he’s been the head coach for the Heat for 7 years. Spolestra has done the best he could do with the short rosters due to injuries and the poor performances role players have put up.
#5 Front Office Will Make Moves
Just like head coach Spolestra, President Pat Riley and Heat owner Mickey Airson know what it takes to win and how to win. They will make moves to improve the roster in trades, free agent signings, d-league call-ups/send downs, and work with Spolestra on lineup/rotation changes.
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