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Meyers Leonard issues passionate message on Miami Heat’s ‘championship level’ potential this season
- Updated: December 5, 2020
The Miami Heat are trying to make it back to the NBA Finals after losing in six games to the Los Angeles Lakers last season.
“You tell me, what are we missing? Truly, I mean that,” Leonard said. “Now, we have to work to do. There’s no doubt about that. Our defense has to be sharp. We have to continue to share the ball but we’re going to put the ball in the bucket. Overall, we just have to improve our game and get to a championship level.”
Miami showed the NBA that it is ready to contend during the league’s restart last season.
Leonard’s confidence shows just how much Miami believes in its core to repeat last season’s performance.
When the NBA begins the 2020-21 season on Dec. 22, fans will see if the Heat are up to the task.