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Taking the Miami Heat's Temperature: Lukewarm at Best

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Is this the last year in Dade for Dwyane Wade? Can Michael Beasley overcome his Twitter and TMZ problems to prove he deserves that starting slot? 


These are the questions on the minds of Heat fans the day of the season opener. Not, noticeably, "Are we going to win another championship? How about the division?" 

Who's ready for another lukewarm season of Heat basketball? 

Luckily, the team kicks things off tonight at home against the New York Knicks, who are still, against all odds, recognized as something resembling a professional basketball team. 

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