How to Beat the Heat

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    The Heat lost to the Wiz tonight.

    Lebron, Wade, and Bosh all got 20 or more points tonight. Lebron even had a triple-double, his first this season.

    So how did the Wiz beat the Heat?

    Let's start by looking at the score.

    Wiz 105, Heat 101.

    Heat once again allowed the opponent to score over a 100.

    The Wiz were led by Jordan Crawford's 22 points. Seraphin also had 16 points.

    Ray was guarding Crawford in the 4th qtr. Crawford had 7 points in that 4th qtr.

    Seraphin got 8 of his 16 points in the 4th.

    That's 15 of the 23 4th qtr. Wiz points.

    It's not surprising that Jordan Crawford got his way with Ray Allen, we all know Ray's not a good defender.

    But how did a guy like Seraphin get all those points in the 4th qtr?

    Simple. The Heat don't have a rim protector or a big that can block shots. The Heat only had 2 blocks against the Wiz and all of them came from Lebron.

    So it's very clear now, if you want to beat the Heat, control the paint! 

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    Good analysis! The C's néed Gortat! 

     
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    You forgot to mention RA was 4-12 (3-9 from 3 pt) and  0-0 FT. He definitely helps Heat when he's on his  game.

    Guess the next 24hrs won't see any "boohoo, boohoo, we don't have Ray" threads.

     

     
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    Re: How to Beat the Heat

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    Yes, looking at the score is the best way to see who won.  I doubt there is or will be any formula on how to beat the heat.  They like all defending champs will have average teams playing in the zone against them.

    When it comes time for the playoffs, the heat will be the team to beat.

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    But it's very obvious the interior of the Heat defense is very weak.

    Unlike the champions of past years, this Heat team totally has no inside presence.

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    BUt if/when they play us is when they will dust off Anthony and Haslem who have historically killed the C's. There in lies the problem. We cant use the formula of other teams because we have no Center and noone to control the paint, but thanks for the Formula, maybe we can sell it the Nets so THEY can beat the Heat...

     
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    Fierce analysis is fraud. Do you know that when the Heat face a team nemesis like the Celtics, the Heat turn their notch twice?

    You can't over analyze stuff....sometimes you have to look who is the opponent. Case study... Last month I remember the Celtics lost 2 in a row from a svcky team...then Durant and company came and beat them. Simply the Celtics would like to make a statement over a classy team.

    Yeah right, Heat will turn their notch againts Wiz.

     
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    tonite ny leads 85-69 end of the third..Ny hitting everything from three pts land..Ray gone cold.

    Chandler having his way down low...not saying they are going to win,  but they are dominating right now.

    We need a Center that can take care of business down low. Get these small ball players in trouble.

     
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    The Heat giving up only 92.5 ppg last season was good for 4th in the league last season.

    This season the Heat are 21st in the league. They're giving up 99.88 ppg this season.

    See the difference?

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    RA is the difference...lol... also Wade is aging fast....

     
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    tonite ny leads 85-69 end of the third..Ny hitting everything from three pts land..Ray gone cold.

    Chandler having his way down low...not saying they are going to win,  but they are dominating right now.

    We need a Center that can take care of business down low. Get these small ball players in trouble.

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    Gortat is the ideal player the Celts should have at the C position.

    Hopefully Ainge can get it done.

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    Agreed...do it Danno...

     
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    Knicks beat the crap out of the Heat again tonight. And Melo didn't even play for NY.

    Knicks won rebounding battle because of Chandler, Kurt Thomas, and Sheed. The Heat had no answer for Chandler and Sheed inside. 

    Some said the Heat let the Knicks win last month because NY was flooded by hurricane Sandy and the Heat took it easy on the Knicks. What's the excuse now? Typhoon Bopha?

    The game is still on and the Heat already allowed the Knicks to score 112 points with still a little over 2 minutes remaining.

    Maybe it's because of this?

    Ray Allen was the hero in that one, but the Heat are still suffering defensively (allowing 110 points per 100 possessions) when he's on the floor.

    http://www.nba.com/2012/news/powerrankings/11/26/week4/index.html

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    Fierce are the Knicks that good?  I didn't believe with all the old big men they were.  Did we make a mistake by not bringing Sheed back?  I hate them almost as much as the Lakers.

     
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    The knicks made an incredible amount of threes...pounded the middle, and took away a lot of the easy shots for the heat. RA was ice cold...which many on this board said would happen eventually..

     
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    Knicks beat the crap out of the Heat again tonight. And Melo didn't even play for NY.

    Knicks won rebounding battle because of Chandler, Kurt Thomas, and Sheed. The Heat had no answer for Chandler and Sheed inside. 

    Some said the Heat let the Knicks win last month because NY was flooded by hurricane Sandy and the Heat took it easy on the Knicks. What's the excuse now? Typhoon Bopha?

    The game is still on and the Heat already allowed the Knicks to score 112 points with still a little over 2 minutes remaining.

    Maybe it's because of this?

    Ray Allen was the hero in that one, but the Heat are still suffering defensively (allowing 110 points per 100 possessions) when he's on the floor.

    http://www.nba.com/2012/news/powerrankings/11/26/week4/index.html

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    Fierce are the Knicks that good?  I didn't believe with all the old big men they were.  Did we make a mistake by not bringing Sheed back?  I hate them almost as much as the Lakers.

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    Yeah, they are good..but  old like us..lol

     
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    We need another three pt shooter...as much as a Center..

     
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