jb wrote:Whicg of course means they will rise from the ashes to win the title and they can crow to ESPN about their resiliance and character.
That's how fate does us as if we're Danny Green after the dentist.
I would've agreed if you had said this ten games into the season. But we're three-quarters of the way in now and the Heat have only amplified the flaws we've seen from LeQuit's Cavs the past few years. It is what it is, and that ain't Hugo Boss the Emperor's wearing.
I'll repeat what I said at Basketbawful: The Heat are Lebron's team now, and it shouldn't be any surprise that a team led by a talented amateur is looking up in the standings at the dedicated professionals in Boston, Chicago, LA, and San Antonio.