The Heat posted the second-best record in the East last season and rolled through the playoffs with only minimal interference on the way to the NBA title. And this year's team could be even better. As we saw in the closeout game against the Thunder in the NBA Finals, Miami's offense is borderline-unstoppable when their complementary players are hitting from three. But last year's designated shooters - primarily the oft-injured Mike Miller, defensive specialist Shane Battier and journeyman James Jones - weren't consistent enough to make defenses pay for keying on LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh last season. Team president Pat Riley addressed that problem by bringing in two of the best three-point shooters of this generation: Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis. That gives Erik Spoelstra five quality three-point specialists to mix into his rotation; he only needs one or two to get hot on any given night. Riley hasn't addressed the center position,
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