Miami Heat: 10 Reasons the Team Will Not Win the 2011 NBA Title

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Miami Heat: 10 Reasons the Team Will Not Win the 2011 NBA Title
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Okay sure, so I guess after the Heat created the most interesting off-seasons in NBA history they have assembled a starting five that is studded with All-Star caliber talent. Between  LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh they had a combined 17 years of All-Star experience on their starting five in their regular season debut against the Celtics on Tuesday. Their roster now boasts three valuable members of the Redeem Team  which won the gold medal for the U.S. in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Both Dwyane Wade and Miami forward Udonis Haslem were pieces of the 2006 Miami Heat team that won the NBA championship. LeBron James and new addition Zydrunas Ilgauskas have gained valuable playoff experience from their tenures together in Cleveland. They also added proficient three-point shooters in Mike Miller and Eddie House. When the team lost Mike Miller due to a thumb injury they added veteran guard, Jerry Stackhouse, who is a two time All-Star himself. 

So without a doubt these guys are championship contenders right? Look at their credentials, they seem to have it all. But can these guys take a team that was dismissed from the playoffs after only a five game dance with the Boston Celtics, to a team that will win an NBA Title in 2011? I think not, and here is why...

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