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Nash's playmaking would stabilise the Heat's offense
In the previous slide I said the Heat should use the money saved from Mike Miller's contract and go after a legitimate player.
That player should be Steve Nash.
While Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole provided some great highlights during the playoffs, neither of them have shown any real form of consistency. While Cole should perhaps receive a pass due to him being a rookie in a season without a preseason, Chalmers simply hasn't been the right guy for the Heat.
It has become a common sight during Heat games to see LeBron or Wade screaming at Chalmers for making yet another mental error. Other common occurrence for the Heat is the stand around offense, with no movement, no screens and just isolation plays from James and Wade.
Having a veteran point guard would solve all of these problems and Steve Nash would be the perfect player for the job.
Nash, who is looking for a chance to win a ring would do well in South Beach and I expect he would get the best out of Chris Bosh as well, running the same kind of pick plays he ran with Amar'e Stoudemire in Phoenix.
Nash would have to take a pay cut, but the reward of a championship should make up for that.