After watching the Heat this year and specifically the Orlando, S. Antonio, and Chicago over the weekend, I found myself wondering at what point would Miami consider moving James or Bosh or Wade? I doubt they are even considering it, but I wonder when they get to a point where they start to think about remaking the roster. The way they are now I just don't think they can win a title with what they have now. I'm not sure they can get out of the 1st round honestly.. Even if they did A series against Boston or Chicago in the 2nd round would be over quick. They seem to play Orlando relatively well though. I think we all knew this team would have issues but they just can't win a championship with some pieces that they are really lacking. They need someone who can post and can work the offense inside, they need rebounding help, they need a good Point Guard, badly. I don't see how they can assemble those kind of pieces with 3 close to max contracts on the books. Not to mention the 5 million plus they have in Mike Miller per season. They're fucking 3.3 million into Joel Anthony....really? They have 3 million + in Haslem, who will help but isn't the whole answer. If it was me I would be looking to move James. I'd keep Wade (because I think he's the better asset) and I'd keep Bosh, because he brings a different skill set and could be some help if he had another big next to him that could rebound and post. I would think a trade for James, if that's even possible (not sure if he has a no trade clause) would make them a better team if they could secure a few post up bigs and a top level PG for him. I know they all 3 can opt out of their contracts after year 4. I don't see how this set up can work with out those parts though. I thought that before the season started and I'm convinced it's true now. Does anyone else think this would be a good idea for the Heat at some point? Are there believers in this team out there? Just curious what everyone else thinks.