It’s been four years since the Kansas Jayhawks took the floor to play for the national championship. During that game, a point guard hit a buzzer-beating 3-point shot to force overtime.
Miami Heat fans who continue to lament the team’s struggles at point guard may have just been given something to hope for almost as much as landing LeBron James in the first place.
The Miami Heat’s biggest weakness since the Big Three was assembled is at the point guard position. The team went through several veterans last season without any success. But that may be about to change.
Free agent point guard Mario Chalmers showed up to the Miami Heat’s practice facility Thursday with a Heat t-shirt on. That should have been the tip to what will happen Friday.
The Miami Heat had two glaring needs heading into the 2011 NBA Draft: point guard and center. While the center position couldn’t be addressed, the Heat traded into the first round to land point guard Norris Cole out of Cleveland State University.
The Miami Heat took the first step Wednesday towards solidifying the team, just days after losing the 2011 NBA Finals to the Dallas Mavericks.
Mike Bibby signed with the Miami Heat on Wednesday night, the deal being finalized quickly after the 13-year veteran point guard cleared waivers and became a free agent.
The Miami Heat have a desperate need at the point guard position. They may have just found it in 32-year-old Mike Bibby.
The Miami Heat has been firing on all cylinders since early December, but that doesn’t mean management is completely happy with the roster.
Chris Paul may only stand 6 feet tall and weigh 175 pounds, but his impact on the NBA is huge.