by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
Given all of the craziness happening around the NBA at the moment, there is considerably less drama surrounding the Miami Heat this year (a stark contrast to last season, when they signed LeBron James, Chris Bosh and re-upped with Dwyane Wade.)
Just because less people are thinking, talking and writing about them doesn’t mean there’s any less pressure on the South Beachers. If anythng, the expectations for the Heat are higher than ever before — especially within the team’s own locker room.
From Fox Sports:
“I think we’re the best team in the league and we’re going to work like it,” said forward Chris Bosh, “We’re looking to win it all. There’s nothing else left.” Makes sense considering the Heat lost in six games to Dallas in the NBA Finals last spring. Not even a seven-game Finals loss in the upcoming season would cut it.
“If we don’t win a championship, yes, it’s a bust year,” guard Dwyane Wade said. Unlike the other two card-carrying memb