Although they are the reigning world champions a lot has been made about a certain vulnerability of the Miami Heat’s.
That knock has been that they lack a true center that can act as their enforcer.
Going into the NBA draft the perceived remedy for the ailment to the team’s continued success was selecting one of the numerous prime big men coming out of the NCAA.
There were non-Players View assembled mock drafts that called for the team to trade up for picks such as Illinois’ Meyers Leonard.
So how did the Heat answer in a way that immediately impacts their starting five?
Chris Bosh is preparing to return to the role that he ran with in Toronto as the team’s confirmed center.
To prepare for this situation, the Miami Herald is reporting that the NBA’s slyest photo bomber is adding six pounds of “lean” muscle to his frame.
When the Heat is playing at their best, Bosh is performing as the role of the glue that binds the unit together.
It makes perfect sense that he is preparing to knock...