Ray Allen will look to adjust to being “too” open from three.
When you play with guys at the level of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, your life as a teammate suddenly gets just a bit easier. Other teams are focusing on the studs, and sometimes drift away from their defensive assignments, creating good, open shots for the other players on the floor.
Heck, LeBron James made Mo Williams an All-Star while he was in Cleveland.
By now, we know the Miami Heat’s philosophy regarding forming a supporting cast: shooters, shooters, and more shooters. The team now boasts Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis, in addition to Mario Chalmers, Mike Miller, James Jones, and Shane Battier. The dribble penetration of LeBron and Wade create plenty of wide open three-point shots for the rest of the team. Which is a good thing, right?
Well, you would think that. The Heat players might disagree.
According to Slam Online, some of the Heat shooters are actually complaining about being too wide open from th...