The Miami Heat have a tendency to sometimes forget to do what most commentators call "the little things." You know, the basket cuts to occupy the defense, the screens to keep things moving, that kind of stuff.
That’s why they have to be thrilled that LeBron James set an unbelievable screen in transition to free Shane Battier for a three-pointer and a 13-point Heat lead midway through the second quarter. The Heat’s starts are great, but they often forget the importance of these selfless plays. That James took the time to do it shows how locked in he is.