Miami Heat: Erik Spoelstra's Job Still Isn't Safe
Despite Spoelstra heading into the 2012-13 season as one of only 30 coaches in NBA history to win a championship, his job still isn't safe in Miami.
Spoelstra has been in a no-win situation and will continue to be as long as he's roaming the Heat.
Even with a ring, is Spoelstra's job safe?
However when the Heat fail to win a ring, guess who gets all the blame?
Spoelstra and LeBron are very easy targets for criticism and finger pointing. But one thing is for sure, the Heat aren't getting rid of LBJ any time soon, especially after what we just saw from him in the postseason.
What no one knows for sure is what type of coach Spoelstra really is and how many wins he amounts to each year.
With the first sign of trouble in Miami in 2013, and there will be talk about Spoelstra's job being in jeopardy.
There's also the fact of making Wade and James happy.
Are the two superstars happy with their head coach or would they be happier with a bigger name?
Everyone saw the Wade-Spoelstra blowup in Round 2 of the playoffs against the Indiana Pacers. While LeBron has always said the right things regarding his coach, you get the feeling sometimes that James feels he would be better off with a coach with a better pedigree.
Spoelstra is in a tough spot in general, having to juggle coaching and playing babysitter to three superstars.
No matter what type of coach he is, he's going to be the scapegoat for all of Miami's failures.
As long as he has the Big Three in Miami, Spoelstra will always be in a no-win situation and his job will never be safe.
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