NBA Miami Heat News Review
Something historical taken place on Jan. 10, 2013, also if that wasn’t evident at the time.
Mario Chalmers, after sitting the entire 4th quarter, entered into the game versus the Portland Trail Blazers and missed an open three-pointer.
“I’ll take that chance any day,” Chalmers said later on.
The chance just didn’t decrease. That was the last time, throughout the whole 2012-13 period, that the Warmth went down in loss in a second straight game.
It didn’t occur in February, March, April, Might or June.
It didn’t occur when LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh were taking breathers as part of the maintenance program.
It didn’t occur during the first round against the Milwaukee Bucks, the second round versus the Chicago Bulls, the Eastern Conference Finals against the Indiana Pacers or even the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs.
Considering that, and thinking about that the Heat took the Eastern Conference top seed by a 12-game frame, it might seem a stretch to suggest they should be terrified of anyone. Still, it’s not crazy to declare that some teams have closed the void.
Exactly what are the 5 primary East tests the Miami Warmth face?