Miami Heat: Miami fans might not have loved Travis Best or Mike James, or even Eddie House, at point guard. But it looks like they're going to be left with the likes of Scoonie Penn, Marcus Hatten, small forward Caron Butler or rookie Dwyane Wade running the offense this year. "What we envision is the two of them basically sharing the ball-handling duties, both being able to play both spots," assistant head coach Stan Van Gundy told the Miami Herald, speaking of Butler and Wade. "And from what I saw today, with both of their abilities to make plays, I think that will work very, very well."
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