Miami Heat: 10 Reasons Why Breaking Up the Big Three Isn't an Option

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Miami Heat: 10 Reasons Why Breaking Up the Big Three Isn't an Option
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One of the worst arguments ever conceived in the sporting world has been the idea of possibly dropping a member of the Miami Heat's big three for someone who can fill in a certain void.

What the people who make up those arguments don't realize is that there will be a brand-new flaw exposed upon the trading of one of the current members. Adding one player after dropping another isn't a solution, it's going through certain players so that they can address certain flaws. That's not where you pick up star players, that's where you pick up role players.

You'd be surprised, but finding a rebounder or a shooter in this league isn't all that difficult. They're everywhere you turn, with many of the players not even being utilized by their current team. They're there for a reason, just like why the Heat have their current big three: to fill a niche and serve a specific purpose.

We go through ten reasons why the Miami Heat's big three should remain intact not just through this year, but until this experiment has truly come to its end.

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