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Old 01-28-2013, 02:55 AM   #27
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Default Re: Why Isn't Miami a Dominant Team?

Yea, how can you not call this team dominant? Their first year they go to the Finals, beating a very good Celtics and Bulls team.

They basically implode in the Finals, due to Bron just going into casper status, otherwise this season they would be going for a very likely three peat.

Last year they survived a tough road in the playoffs with their 2nd best player Wade being hurt, and third best player Bosh missing the vast majority of the playoffs and not 100%, either.

They had their backs on the line in a series against the most dominant eastern conference team of the past 5 - 6 years, and took an all-time level performance from LeBron.

And then beat one of the most talented Finals competitors in recent memory.

But seriously 2 straight Finals trips since this roster's inception, a likely 3rd trip. They should already have two rings. They coast in the regular season, but they turn it up int he playoffs.

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Originally Posted by Y2Gezee
But bottom line is...those penciling in the Heat to a title or at least to the Finals may be in for a rude awakening.
LOL ... who on earth in the Eastern Conference scares the Heat? Especially w/ Rose out for the Bulls, and now Rondo out for the Celtics?

You seriously don't think the Pacers could give the Heat a run? They couldn't do it last year with Bosh missing, and Wade inconsistent due to injury.

The Knicks have a small prayer if they catch absolute fire for a series from deep.

The one team out West who could've beat the Heat, got worse by trading James Harden.
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