5 Reasons the Miami Heat Won't Win the 2014 NBA Finals

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5 Reasons the Miami Heat Won't Win the 2014 NBA Finals
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Enjoy this image while it lasts Heat fans. You won't be seeing it in 2014.

This is what LeBron James wanted to accomplish when he came to the Miami Heat in 2010. He wanted to win multiple championships. He wanted to be the king of the NBA.

Little did he know the toll it would take.

Three years and three finals appearances after LeBron, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh joined forces in South Beach, the big three have been a huge success. But a lot can change in three years, and the franchise that looked set to dominate the NBA for the next decade will not win the 2014 NBA championship.

There are numerous reasons that such a statement is not blasphemous, that it is actually quite logical. And though it may seem hard to bet against LeBron, that's not what this statement entails.

There is just so much that goes into winning an NBA Championship, and for a team to win, a lot has to go right. And some might argue a lot has to be perfect.

Here are the top five reasons they won't win in 2014, and the rankings are based simply on how much each factor will predictably affect the Heat this season.


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