3. Not Enough Offensive Output
Depending on how closely you follow the Heat, some may be surprised that Miami has fallen off so much as an offensive team. The team ranks 25th in the league with just 97.3 points and 19.9 assists per contest.
The team’s leading scorer, Wade, is averaging 18.6 points per game. which is just the 27th-best mark in the league.
Simply put, this is an offensive-driven league. You’re not going to win an NBA championship, or come close to truly competing for a championship, until you establish that your team is capable of running a competent offense.
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