HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS – Everyone has their theories about what's wrong with the Heat, but not everyone has offered up reasonable solutions for fixing those problems.
The facts: they are 1-7 on the road against playoff teams since the All-Star break and currently in the midst of their most subpar stretch of play since the first month LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh joined forces. The Heat are 6-5 in their last 11 games overall and 3-7 in their last 10 road games.
Sure, the pounding they took Sunday in Boston has as much to do with the 15-5 mark the Celtics have compiled since the break and Rajon Rondo doing his triple-double-on-the-big-stage routine once again.
But there are issues strangling the Heat's season that require a remedy, and we're sorry, but no one is going to get the practice team we all know they (and every other team) need to straighten things out.
In the absence of that traditional fix, CBSSports.com's Ken Berger has come up with a theory that has been visited a time or two the past season-and-a-half (mostly to no avail) that could help the Heat overcome some of the obstacles in their way.
And, you guessed it, Berger's theory has everything to do with putting the ball in the hands of James:
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