NBA Power Outage: Riley can't
generate the Heat
Updated: December 4, 2002, 12:21 PM ETBy By Terry Brown
Forgive us, Pat Riley, for we have sinned. No team in the entire NBA averages fewer steals per game than the Miami Heat. No team in the entire NBA averages fewer blocks per game than the Heat. Eddie Jones, your maxed-out superstar who made a name for himself on the defensive end, is averaging a career-low one spg, less than half of his 2.03 career average. Only one player on your entire team averages more than 0.7 blocks per game. There are 29 teams in the NBA, but the highest you can place a player on the top steals list is No. 45. The highest you can place a player on the top blocks list is No. 36.
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