The Miami Heat had been undefeated at home heading into Thursday night’s game against the New York Knicks. The Heat had won a few close games and New York was without Carmelo Anthony, so it looked like another Heat win was very possible.
After cruising through what was effectively a scrimmage against the Charlotte Bobcats Friday night, the Miami Heat came out storming against the Knicks and look to follow that up Monday night against the New Jersey Nets.
Last year, the biggest flaw for the Miami Heat was the lack of depth behind the Big Three. After Thursday night’s domination of the Los Angeles Lakers, it looks like the Heat has taken a flame-thrower to that flaw.