For the Miami Heat, 2008 seemed to be a step in the right direction.á Coming off an embarrassing 2007 season in which the Heat finished with the worst record in the league and matched their worst record in franchise history (15-67), DwyaneáWade andáCo. managed to finish third in the Southeast division, earning the number five seed in the playoffs.á The team would make a first round exit, losing to the Atlanta Hawks in a five-game series. Looking ahead, what can we expect from the Heat as they embark on the 2009-10 campaign?á
While numerous teams in the Eastern Conference made significant moves to improve their squads (Rasheed Wallace to the Celtics, Vince Carter to the Orlando Magic, Shaquille OÆNeal to Cleveland Cavaliers, Ben Gordon and Charlie Villanueva to the ...
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