How Ray Allen Signing Will Impact LeBron James and Dwyane Wade

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Miami Heat: How Ray Allen Signing Will Impact LeBron James and Dwyane Wade

I may be pointing out the obvious when I say that this Miami Heat team became substantially better with the acquisitions of Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis.

Yes, Allen and Lewis don’t exactly fit into the dynamic of this Heat team being more focused on creating offense from their defense, but having them on the team limits its dependence on constantly attempting to force turnovers.

According to Tom Haberstroh, the Heat had the league’s top half-court offense to the surprise of many.

The Heat were able to thrive so well in the half-court this year, as opposed to the questionable plays that were run the previous season, because of the team’s desire to take high-percentage shots.

It’s no coincidence that Miami started to become one of the league’s most efficient teams on the offensive end once LeBron James started working out of the post.

Having him down in the post is a pick-your-poison sort of deal for opponents, as they either decide to allow James to be single-guarded or throw a double-team with the risk of giving up an open three-pointer.

Because LeBron has excellent court vision, stands at 6’8″ and is a natural-born facilitator, he’s capable of seeing and finding these open shooters for good looks.

As LeBron stated, and what I stated months prior, the 2011 NBA Finals were the best thing to happen to James’ career because it motivated him to become a better all-around player.

Now that he has a post game – one that’s only going to improve – the Heat add another dimension to the offense, which became a bit of a necessity.

There are certain parts of this team that don’t fit together and the offense doesn’t run as fluid as you would hope an offense containing James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh would. Unfortunately, it takes far more than talent to make these things work.

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By John Friel (Featured Columnist)

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