The Miami Heat have undoubtedly had a roller coaster ride of a year, with inconsistency, media spotlight and public scrutiny all playing factors in their first season as the "Super Team."
Injuries have also played a big role in Miami's season, with point guard Mario Chalmers becoming the most recent victim of the injury bug. Chalmers injured his right knee when he came down awkwardly in last week's game against Denver and will miss at least two weeks.
The Heat have already suffered key injuries to Udonis Haslem, Mike Miller and Zydrunas Ilgauskas this season, but still have found a way to fight through it.
However, Chalmers' injury does come at a costly time with less than 10 games remaining in the regular season.
Although it's an untimely injury, the Heat will look to the newly acquired Mike Bibby to fill in during Chalmers absence.
Despite the loss of Chalmers, Miami has won all three games in his absence and eight of their last nine. Here is why the Chalmers injury will not be an issue for "the Heatles."