The big three era got off to a rough start Tuesday night in Boston. Rajon Rondo gashed the Heat defense (look familiar LeBron) en route to a 17-assist night. On the other end of the floor, LeBron blew up for 31 points but the rest of this three man band struggled. It was clear that the team was not perfectly attuned to one another. The result? An opening night loss.
On Wednesday, the Heat looked a little better against an inferior opponent. Wade imposed his will and scored 30 while Bosh and LeBron chipped in 15 and 16 respectively. The other big scorer was James Jones, who hit six of his nine three point attempts.
Despite staying close to Boston, and opening up a 28-point lead over the 76ers before winning by 10, the Heat have yet to truly impress.
Let's look at five things that we've noticed about the Miami Heat through two games.