There are skeptics out there that think our struggles this season are a weird karmic repercussion after having four consecutive Finals appearances. That our injuries and adversities are in some ways what we oddly deserved. That is the biggest crock!
Let's be honest. Miami doesn't want or need the number one seed. Why? Because the number one seed is destined for a possible second round match-up against the Brooklyn Nets, perhaps the only team that holds our kryptonite.
There's a big game this Friday night at the AAA arena in Miami. Yes, it involves the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers. Yes, it may decide the overall #1 seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs, just a week away from kicking off.