2012-13 NBA Season: How Every NBA Franchise Will Reinvent Itself Next Season

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2012-13 NBA Season: How Every NBA Franchise Will Reinvent Itself Next Season
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Coach Erik Spoelstra believes the Miami Heat need to reinvent themselves to avoid the pitfalls of 2006 after the Heat won the 2006 NBA championship, but then started to downgrade in relevance with the same team intact. No mas, Miami.

Gone are the days when NBA franchises are comfortable with what thrived in the past. General Managers and coaches are starting to catch on too quickly for old tricks. Therefore, aging dogs need to adjust to new ones.

Not just for the Miami Heat to repeat some specimen of supremacy, but for once-upon-a-time relevant franchises to return to contention. Not just as a seed by default, but true significance.

Teams like the Miami Heat, the Los Angeles Lakers and even the Boston Celtics are going to employ new strategies to plead their cases for the ultimate chip at the end of the postseason, and it will be nothing short of electrifying to identify.

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