The Heat's Offense Early Is Too Perimeter-Oriented

I've got to say, I’m not wild about how the Miami Heat have come out offensively in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. I’d like to see a lot more touches for LeBron James and Dwyane Wade closer to the basket, instead of having them dribble-drive from the perimeter. The Boston Celtics are using their fouls and otherwise walling off the middle. The Heat should try posting them up instead.

Meanwhile, the Celtics’ offense has featured a number of new wrinkles, including a Rajon Rondo/Paul Pierce pick-and-roll that resulted in an open Rondo jumper.

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