Heat Notes: LeBron, Howard, Wade, Bosh

Earlier today, we rounded up the latest links out of Indiana and in the interest of equal time we'll do the same for Miami..

  • Paul George and the up-and-coming Pacers have earned the respect of LeBron James, writes Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.
  • Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel wonders if the Cavs winning the 2013 lottery helps to improve the club's chances of landing James in the summer of 2014.  While Cleveland figures to be a serious threat if James exercises his ETO, Winderman notes that the Heat will have one less competitor if Dwight Howard leaves the Lakers this summer.  Without Howard, James likely wouldn't consider L.A. next year.
  • Sam Amico of FOX Sports (via Twitter) agrees with David Stern's assessment of Miami as a middle market since no one viewed them as a big market until the formation of the big three.  Meanwhile, Amico argues that market size is largely irrelevant in today's world given the nature of television and social media (link).
  • In today's mailbag, Winderman writes that LeBron is being forced to put too much on his shoulders offensively with Dwyane Wade injured and Chris Bosh struggling.

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