The Miami Heat are at a crossroads

Miami Heat president Pat Riley talks to reporters during a news conference, Thursday, July 9, 2015, in Miami. Goran Dragic has signed his five-year deal with the Miami Heat. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

The Miami Heat did not play on Tuesday night and I’m happy with that.  I think all Heat fans needed a one-night break from the depression.

I am not sure how Erik Spoelstra saw good things in their last game vs. Phoenix, but that’s what he said in his post-game press conference.

The Heat will face the Warriors on Wednesday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena. We almost certainly know what the result of that game will be.

The Warriors have won 3 of 4 –  championships!

If you take a look at the Heat’s upcoming schedule, you will see why this team can not lose games to Phoenix, who came in on a 17-game losing streak.

After this weekend, the focus for the Heat may very well shift to the NBA draft instead of that “fight” for the 8th spot in the Eastern Conference.

At least Pat Riley admitted it’s his fault. He also said he will fix this mess.

I hope he is right. With his track record, I think we should believe him and give him time.

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