The Miami Heat had a disappointing run in the previous NBA season following the departure of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers, leaving only Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade to carry on the legacy of the Big Three. Throughout the NBA offseason, the Miami Heat had been dealing with trade rumors involving basketball stars Mario Chalmers and Chris Andersen.
While no official confirmation has been released by either the NBA team or the athletes themselves, fans and followers of the Miami Heat are left to ponder on the future of the duo. However, the recent addition of Briante Weber to the Miami Heat roster might serve as a sign as to the direction the NBA team intends to take.
"The plan is for Weber to work his way back in the D-League," disclosed Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel, referring to the potential direction the Miami Heat will take in terms of its newly minted basketball star.
The sports analyst went on to share, "Then, if the Heat do move Mario Chalmers in a tax-saving move, or if they don't guarantee the second half of Tyler Johnson's contract, there will be a prospect on call in Sioux Falls. There still is a considerable road back for Weber before he is available in the bullpen. But with a style that he says is a cross between Rajon Rondo and Patrick Beverley, he certainly is intriguing."
Meanwhile, the Miami Heat have shown a considerably alarming problem regarding their chemistry. In fact, even head coach Erik Spoelstra admitted that the connection among its NBA stars needs a bit of work for the Miami Heat to once again become a formidable team - that is, to help the basketball squad return to its former glory even without the assistance of LeBron James. With regard this goal, it looks like big man Chris Bosh is optimistic that the Miami Heat players will soon find their rhythm.
"We know how to adjust - we've all adjusted before," shared Chris Bosh, referring to the changes brought about by the entry of Goran Dragic to the NBA team, according to Miami Herald.
The Miami Heat power forward added, "I think we'll have plenty of times where we're going to have Dwyane handling it and have Goran handling it. It's a dynamic thing to have something like that - two guys who can really handle the ball, two good passers and two guys that can force traps. We saw a lot of plus signs last year. They automatically had chemistry, just getting each other involved, playing the game together. We'll continue to get better. Having two good guards is a great plus for us."