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We all know how that old saying goes: If ain't broke, don't fix it.
The Heat currently have just about the same personnel and are playing the same style (small ball) they were when they won the 2013 championship—and, as we've gone over, they are having great success.
There should be very little motivation from the Heat's front office to make a trade.
The Heat are known to have one of the best locker-room atmospheres in the NBA; there's no need to risk messing that up.
Michael Beasley recently spoke about how close the Heat players are to B/R's Ethan Skolnick:
"Everybody likes each other," Beasley explained. "Not to say I didn't like my past teammates. But we make it sort of a priority to put our family first, and I say family, I mean us. You think about it, we see each other more than we see our own kids sometimes. You're going to be around guys this long, sometimes you're going to get tired of them, but that's what a family's about, getting through the little ups and downs, realizing the big picture. We all love each other, we love to be around each other, it's just easy. You don't get that a whole lot."
The Heat don't need to add another rebounder despite ranking dead last in the league in rebounds; they were just as bad on the glass last season and won it all.
And even though there are concerns about Dwyane Wade's health, Miami doesn't need to bring in another shooting guard; Wade has looked fantastic lately, and Ray Allen, Roger Mason Jr. and James Jones provide enough depth.
Simply put, Miami already has everything it needs to win a championship.