Miami Heat 2011-12: Analyzing the Heat's Biggest Strengths and Advantages

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Miami Heat 2011-12: Analyzing the Heat's Biggest Strengths and Advantages
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After one year in the book, the rebuilt Miami Heat came out empty-handed in a quest for a NBA championship. The good news for Heat fans is Miami will come back better in 2011-12.

As high as expectations were for this team, many would consider the season a failure. However, I feel quite the contrary: this is just the start of something great.

While getting off to a poor start at 9-8 last season, the Heat showed in the following 65 games that they were capable of being one of the best teams of all time. The Big Three of Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade, and LeBron James are still meshing together and should look a lot better in the coming years.

Miami has a lot of solid things going for them right now. Expect this team to come back healthy, motivated and hungry in hopes of bringing a trophy back to Miami.

Let's check out some strengths and advantages for the "love 'em or hate 'em" Miami Heat.

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