Rest easy for now doubters, the Miami Heat missed out on the gold. However, after a year under their belt don't expect the same.
Expectations were through the roof last year for the rebuilt Miami club. Rarely in history have we seen a team with so much capability and talent form together like this. As expected, the Heat took much criticism and hatred from opposing fans, but that's understandable.
After signing as a free agent with fellow stars Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, LeBron James became the biggest villain in the NBA. While he has been the most talented player in the NBA for the past few years, many feel James committed a sin by joining the Heat. This trio proved that they could be deadly at times, it just wasn't meant to be last season.
Seeing Miami lose on the biggest stage of them all is satisfying for many fans, but this team is a serious contender to right the ship next season.
While all seems good for the future in South Beach, some tweaks could be made. The following are a list of steps Miami should consider to solidify themselves as Eastern Conference favorites.