Heat at midseason: What's the biggest...

Heat at midseason: What's the biggest surprise so far?

There are 9 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jan 23, 2009, titled Heat at midseason: What's the biggest surprise so far?. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

A year ago, the Heat was the NBA 's laughingstock, at 8-33 at midseason on the way to a league-worst 15-67 finish.

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Stuckey

United States

#1 Jan 23, 2009
lets not get carried away at being just above five hundred. you will be the Clippers East with that attitude.
Tiffany

United States

#2 Jan 23, 2009
dwayne and the heat steped their game up,so this time they will make the playoffs,and ultimatily the finals
Alex T

Pompano Beach, FL

#3 Jan 23, 2009
Is Mark Blount still on the roster???
Tiffany

United States

#4 Jan 23, 2009
nah
neyizhsalo

United States

#5 Jan 23, 2009
Stuckey wrote:
lets not get carried away at being just above five hundred. you will be the Clippers East with that attitude.
With two rookies starting you expect as much... the question is how quickly they progress... and Miami will make the playoffs.
Tiffany

United States

#6 Jan 23, 2009
of course the heat will make the playoffs,even if the rookies were bench,it would'nt make a difference
czar of the telestrator

Warsaw, IN

#7 Jan 24, 2009
simple
quinnie is the behind the scenes coach
the power behind the throne

he can vertical leap forty seven inches
he once benched five hundred
chicks dig him

obama wants him for a cabinet position
cnn wants to make him a roving reporter

and that's only part of the story
phil

United States

#8 Jan 26, 2009
I believe that the big surprise is the fact that the young guys are playing so well, as well as Wade playing the way he is after all he has been through. Think about it, Worked out through out the whole off season, to heal his cholder and knees. Then he played all summer and won a gold medal, and then he is leading a team with only two proven vetran talent suport (Marion and Udonis) and a bunch of rookies and unproven talent. We got a few guys and they all got hurt. Dorell, Jones, ZO gone, Cook was gone for a week or two and they are still 23-19 and holding the 6th seat on the eastern conference for he play-offs after a 15-67 season as the worst team of 2007-08.
phil

United States

#9 Jan 26, 2009
We need to make some moves because Philadelphia is running now, Charlotte is making a move, Toronto is making a move again, Milwalkie was improving but with the lost of Redd, they may falter, and New York is on and off and with coach D'antonie anything is possible, and if Chicago realise how much talent they have they can make a run for the play-offs as well.

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