No Reason to Compete, Just Join the Heat

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No Reason to Compete, Just Join the Heat

Right off the bat I am in no way shape or form ready to crown the South Beach Boys down in Miami but I am already interested on what will be the results of next season.
Recently Michael and Magic have release statements about how they felt about the recent decision on LeBron and Bosh joining Wade down in Miami to play for the Heat next season. They both claimed if put in the same position they would never have made the choice to collaborate to a single team in order to win a championship, where Jordan even goes as far to say that “in all honesty, [he] was trying to beat those guys”. I feel these were just two Hall of Famers who were just voicing their opinions about the matter without actually coming out and openly bashing them for collaborating. This article is not to talk about who had more help, or who is the better player but actually why there is so much criticism about the NBA.
It seems that constantly I have friends telling me how they do not like the NBA but love college basketball and how it is so much more exciting. I then wondered how can a league where not only the most talented players in the country but the most talented players from all over the world come and play together be labeled as too boring. My argument for this is that there is a lack of competition across the league thus making it seem not as exciting. And here is why...

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