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Back-To-Back NBA Championships Should Be Enough To Keep Big Three In Miami

Written by Michael Gordon   
Monday, 24 June 2013 22:42

The Miami Heat are NBA champions for the second-consecutive seasonThe Miami Heat are NBA champions for the second-consecutive season. Miami had dominated to the tune of three-straight conference championships and back-to-back NBA titles in the three years since the Big Three of Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh first assembled in South Beach, and while the Heat’s dominance can no longer be questioned, what should happen next can be. There were plenty of pay per head critics that questioned the mold of the team during its championship run this season and wondered if Miami could be even more dominant with a different cast around Lebron, but the fact that they got the job done again could be enough to keep this group together.

Recent history would suggest that keeping this group together is the best option for the Heat. The Chicago Bulls of the late 1990’s didn’t do much once they disassembled, while the Dallas Mavericks could have potentially prevented at least one of Miami’s championships had Tyson Chandler, Jason Kidd, and JJ Barea chosen not to all go their separate ways. Miami still has its Big Three under contract, and could choose to bring back the same supporting cast to help this sportsbook reviews team make another title run. President Pat Riley seems committed to keeping this group together and going as far as he can with the same group intact, so it will be interesting to see how he handles the immediate future.

 

There were many times throughout this year’s championship run that it seemed reasonable for Riley to consider moving one or even two of the Big Three. Wade struggled mightily in the earlier sports betting rounds due to issues with his knees, but he saves his best performance for last and came up huge in the NBA Finals. Bosh wasn’t particularly good either along the way, struggling down low and failing to generate much scoring the entire way. Then there is Lebron James, who Miami could lose the following year anyway if he elects to move via free agency. Lebron would seem like the least likely to be moved, and the closer you look at Wade and Bosh it would seem as though it doesn’t make much sense to part with either one of them.

Wade was the integral piece that helped make Lebron in Miami a reality, and his three rings would make it somewhat of a crime to send him on his way. The reality is that James might not want to see one of his best friends leave town anyway, and he could veto any potential trade they may negotiate. As poorly as Bosh played throughout the playoffs, he still came up big when it mattered the most and was a force on the boards in games six and seven of he NBA Finals, and they may not be able to acquire his worth via trade anyway. The Big Three have dominated the East over the past three live betting seasons, and back-to-back championships may be enough to keep them together. The Heat has no reason to change the way they do business until they ultimately fail, and that should mean the Big Three returning for at least one more year. For all of the latest NBA news and betting odds, be sure to check out the best sports betting sites like BSNSportsblog.com

Last Updated on Monday, 24 June 2013 22:56
 
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