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Steve Kerr Predicts The Bulls Will Dethrone The Heat

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#21 DanishLakerFan



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Posted September 24, 2013 - 01:26 AM

The two X factors are Oden and Beasley. If they don't contribute, the Heat wont make it out of the east. However, if Oden and Beasley somehow manages to produce just a fraction of what was expected of them coming into the league, the Heat will be unstoppable.

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Posted September 24, 2013 - 09:59 PM

19 ppg on 45% shooting is unimpressive to you I guess.


Wasn't that 3 years ago?

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Posted September 25, 2013 - 02:39 AM

Wasn't that 3 years ago?


The next season he was injury prone, and the one after that he had an undefined role with a coach that had no clue what to do with him and kept messing with his minutes.  Both of them. 

To act like he won't be capable with LeBron feeding him and finding him one would be fooling themselves.   He can score, he'll find his shot a lot easier than Battier did and won't be SOLELY reliant on LeBron making it easy for him. 

The Heat have a legitimate third scorer on their team now, he can come off the bench and LeBron will make life easy as heck for him and on the limited times he'll have to create a shot for himself he's proven capable. 

it was a great signing from the Heat and Beasley will be effective.    Especially given his relationship with Haslem and the word coming out is that Beasley is taking this 200% seriously and with the vets in the Heat locker room they'll keep him in line at least during the season.

was a genius signing by the Heat, and they'll reap the benefits of it.

He can't carry a franchise.  But he won't have to.  His only job would be to create offense for himself "some" of the time, and the other 95% of the time just finish the plays LeBron sets him up for.  Perfect role for a scorer like him and he picked the perfect team to get that role on.

Edited by Majesty, September 25, 2013 - 02:43 AM.

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