Originally Posted by Jacks3
Relative to league average, LeBron might have the best offensive supporting cast in history.
Top 2 SG/Top 6-7 player in Wade.
Top 5 PF/Top 15 player in Bosh.
And a ridiculous amount of excellent shooters to space the floor for him:
Ray Allen (4.0 3PA/42%)
Chalmers (3.4 3PA/40%)
Battier (4.5 3PA/41%)
Lewis (2.1 3PA/42%)
Miller (3.8 3PA/39%)
Absolutely insane. If you were going to create the perfect offensive supporting cast for a perimeter superstar, this would be it.
Relieving themselves of Lewis and Miller for a big that could rebound and shoot a 10 ft jumper would make them much better.
The one question that I would ask is if the Heat are so stacked how come Lebron leads them in every stat category there is?
The Lebron haterz say he had great talent around him in Cleveland and they scuked without him.
I will state that the Heat have one of the best perimeter teams I have seen but they have a huge weakness that REALLY STACKED TEAMS haven't had.. No rebounding, no defensive presence down low, and no true great post up player.Though Lebron has made huge strides in the post.