[Guide] Whether the Heat can win three consecutive championships has always been the biggest highlight of the NBA in the new season, so they won three consecutive championships
Is that enough?
the answer is negative.
Because they have a more ambitious goal, which is to set a record of 72 wins in the regular season before challenging the Bulls.
But Miami reporter Vindman is not optimistic, and even believes that the Heat will not be able to win the Eastern Conference title in the new season.
Let’s take a look at the Heat’s record last season: 66 wins, and won the second longest winning streak in the NBA with 27 consecutive victories. It was also the first regular season championship that James led the Heat to win.
The Heat’s record in the 2012-13 season was excellent. Why wouldn’t Vindman be optimistic about the Heat?
Vindman gave his reasons:
1. The head coach of the Bulls is eager to win the regular season championship, and Rose’s return makes them full of confidence. They are the Eastern Conference champions in the 2010-11 season.
2. The Pacers, who failed last season, are bound to avenge their shame this time around. They have all-rounders Paul George and Griffin, and they still retain the starting lineup. Signing Scola is also very strong.
3. The Heat coach doesn’t pay much attention to the 2012-13 regular season.
With the same view as Undeman, NBA star Steve Kerr, Kerr, he has said before that after the Heat won the second consecutive championship, they have received a lot of criticism and scrutiny from the outside world, as well as Wade and Powell.
Even their health, these may prevent them from winning the Eastern Conference championship.
The new season is a difficult season for the Heat, and the Heat’s teammates understand this.
Shane Battier also said in an interview before that the competition in the East in the new season is great.
“The competition is always fierce, but the East is more difficult this season, especially for the top teams,” Battier said. “Of course, it also makes the new season more interesting. I think everyone will try
It’s a really good test for us to beat us.”