GAME DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/KcU6xtpeEW— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) November 19, 2015
When your team has the best player in the world in the line-up, you get used to seeing nothing but positive headlines, outcomes, and overall NBA odds. How a team deals with the loss of that player says a lot about their make-up. The Miami Heat struggled a little in their first year without LeBron James in the line-up, but it’s looking as though year 2 may be a step in the right direction. The Heat will welcome in the Sacramento Kings on Thursday night.
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