As we play out the final days of the 2011-'12 NBA regular season, we take a look at each franchise. Who emerged, what went wrong, what lies ahead. A look at post season chances, long term potential and upgrades possible in this summer's NBA draft. We continue in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference with the Miami Heat.
Are you getting distracted by Spring training? If you are like me, you are balancing your time (or trying to) between prepping for MLB auction/drafts and keeping a keen eye on your NBA fantasy team. Continuing with our NBA mid-season reviews, we wrap up the Eastern Conference with a look at the Southeast Division.
Last night, Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley chose their rosters for the Rising Stars game, which is part of NBA All-Star weekend. A week prior, I took a shot at drafting for them to see how it would compare. Was there any doubt that the Association had to add Jeremy L-in every event possible? Miami rookie point guard Norris Cole was the lucky beneficiary also added to balance the rosters at ten each.
Injuries may determine the fate of the Southeast Division with Atlanta suffering the biggest loss with Al Horford lost for the season. Miami is every one's choice to win the Eastern Conference, but must now overcome various injuries to Dwayne Wade. The two biggest surprises in 2012, reside in the Southeast Division in Orlando power forward Ryan Anderson and Charlotte center Byron Mullens. Both are must haves and as of now Mullens is readily available in Flea Flickerleagues. The biggest disappointment.... the Washington Wizards who appear ready to challenge for the worst record in NBA history. Lets take a look, continuing with the Eastern Conference, specifically the Southeast Division. Bargain players for each team are shown with percentage available in Flea Flicker leagues.