[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Are the Heat for Real Yet? : i agree that without haslem and miller, they arent a top bench...but they are both coming back this season...so to pass them off as irrelevant is being naive what can i say? i know the heat like the back of my hand...ive followed the team since day 1...when people make general statements that are incorrect or attack my team, ill respond...if you dont like it...why dont you ignore me like you have said you would and i dont attack anyone on the baseball forum...the red sox and marlins are in different leagues and not too many red sox fans care about the marlins unless they are making a trade...in politics? i attack the conservative crowd that routinely repeat the lies they hear on fox news...you dont like it? ignore me because im not stopping oh golly, the grammar nazi in full regalia...do you sign your name with a swastika? or just heil webster? its the internet...take things less personally bub
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and one drug possession.
He has basically been a starter until this year, and has yet to set the world on fire. Would be 3rd string PF on the Celtics!
Career Season Averages
10 years - 692 games..............84% of the time he plays. Good scorer. Clearly had his best years as a starter, with 05-06 being the exception. In the preseason this year, for the Heat, he started 4 of 5 games. Would be 7th man on the Celtics - and a huge addition to our team.
Basically, the Heat's best lineup, IMO, would be Wade, MeBron, Bosh, Haslem and Miller. That, however, gives them NO bench at all. Pick your poison: have a great starting lineup and no bench - or have a weaker starting lineup and go 7 deep. Of course their whole team has exactly as many games together as the Celtics - ZERO.
Should be fun, but right now, advantage Celtics!!