Miami Heat: One Improvement for Every Player to Better Complement LeBron James

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Miami Heat: One Improvement for Every Player to Better Complement LeBron James
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Like any other NBA team would, the Miami Heat revolves around the decisions and playmaking abilities of LeBron James.

They go as far as he'll take them, which explains why a team with LeBron averaging 18 points is really bad compared to the team where LeBron is averaging 28 points per. There's a huge difference if this team reverses roles between James and Dwayne Wade because the team led by LeBron is always better than the team led by Wade.

After last year, it's assured that this team is going to continue being led by LeBron.

The Heat, like any other team in a similar position, is just better when they're being led by the league's top all-around player. When you have someone who is capable of averaging 35 points but chooses to dish out assists instead, you have an asset that you want to utilize to the fullest.

In order to embrace Heat culture, each player is going to have to complement their team's best player by making the adjustments to help LeBron excel.

We take a look at each Heat player and see how they could better complement LeBron next season.

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