Net Cords: Miami Heat Struggles Not A Bad Thing

The Miami Heat aren't exactly rolling right now. They are sporting a "horrible" two-game losing streak to strong playoff teams in tough road games. That's what counts as struggling when it comes to the Heat and their high expectations.

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SB Nation's Peninsula is Mightier looks at the "struggles" and isn't all that concerned:

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Miami Heat Struggles- A Blessing in Disguise? - Peninsula is Mightier
The Miami Heat have exactly 18 games left in this years regular season. It can be perceived as a blessing that the Heat are experiencing their struggles once again at this time of the season because they have enough time to turn it back around just before the playoffs. But in order to do so, the Heat will have to address their different issues and inefficiencies.

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The story goes on to point out rebounding issues with the front court, shooting slumps from LeBron James and Mario Chalmers, and suggests a very reasonable option to help Miami bust the zone defenses they are facing on a regular basis.

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Fans of a lot of other NBA teams wished they had the "problems" and "struggles" the Heat are going through.

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'Net Cords' features the great work being done by the SB Nation network of NBA team sites.

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