Batman and Robin kill Dallas
I knew Dallas wouldn’t be what they were last season but I thought the adrenaline from getting it’s rings would be enough for them to compete with the Miami Heat.
Miami only won by 11 but Dallas outscored them 28-9 in the fourth due D3 and LBJ going to the bench. The Heat beat the Mavs down mercilessly on their own court. The score was 97-65 after three quarters of play.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are two of the top five players in the game and if they are both on like they were today then we should just crown them.
You know LeBron wanted back on the court after the way he choked off last season. All summer long the King had to sit back and think about it. Only a superstar is going to give you 37 points, 10 boards, six assists, two steals and two blocks in 36 minutes. James is a cream of the crop athletically. LBJ can jump higher, run faster, and out muscle anybody else in the league and can do anything he wants with the basketball. LeBron is the most complete player in the game and freak is the only word that ever attempts to describe his game.
Dwyane Wade 26 points, 8 rebounds, and six assists. Wade is a true superstar shooting guard, Kobe Bryant is the only thing standing in the way of Wade being the best two guard in the game and it’s close. Wade and LeBron really are the dynamic duo Batman and Robin. The way these two fill up the stat column is crazy and the highlights they are responsible for make you want to throw up.
Nobody else scored in double-figures for Miami today, they didn’t have to. Chris Bosh 6 points 2-for-9 and seven rebounds. Now that the 305 has had a season to get the right pieces around it’s two super talents it really doesn’t need anything else. Flash Wade and King James are good enough to win the ring being the two options all game long.
Udonis Haslem came in off the bench and scored nine points and grabbed 14 rebounds. A healthy Haslem is crucial to Miami’s success because he does the dirty work. Get ready because the Heat are going to be a lot better than they were last year and they finished at 58-24 and made the finals last season.
Rookie Norris Cole is a nice addition at point guard because he can come off the bench and score. With the departure of Mike Bibby and after Miami cut Eddie House the Heat need someone to fill that role.
Dallas has problems and it appears they lost too much off last season title team to get back there again. Brenden Haywood is not good enough to hold down the starting center spot on a championship team. 0 points three rebounds and four fouls in 14 minutes was all that Dallas got out of him.
Lamar Odom didn’t look good at all 1-for-6 4 points in 13 minutes before getting tossed. Odom is going to have to play good if Dallas wants a chance at trying to defend it’s title.
You can’t put too much stock into the first game but the Heat looked unbeatable while Dallas looked like the NBA title belt is vacant right now.