Originally Posted by 9erempiree
no surprise there.
one of the most stacked team in history.
Look, a good team doesn't mean being super stacked. They still got the same rotation they had last season except for having Ray Allen on the team now and people last season said they weren't and stacked very top heavy with weak bench.
The only thing they got in their front line is Bosh, Andersen, Anthony and Haslem. I don't know about you but thats hardly being stacked or even close to the most stacked team in history of the league. If one of Bosh, Lebron or Wade got injured they'd have a lot of problems, especially if Bosh is absent which showed when Bosh was injured most of the playoffs last season.
They play well as a team, they've figured it out and their stars have figured out how to play together and off the ball. You have to respect that, but they are not close to being the most "stacked team in NBA history".