• Heat have team meeting about poor rebounding

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jan 5, 2013
    Poor board work was the focus of a team meeting Saturday. "Rebounding's the area that has to take the priority right now." The Heat are smaller than most of their opponents, and the majority of their players - including James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh - are rebounding at about the same rate as a year ago for the title team. But Spoelstra also said the team's rebounding problems have come up recently during his routine discussions with team president Pat Riley, with both men agreeing for now that the approach is to get more from the current roster. Players didn't practice but did review video of every rebound in Friday's home loss to the Chicago Bulls, when the Heat were outrebounded 48-28. "We never stop talking about trying to improve the team that's Pat's nature and that's why I love working for him," Spoelstra said after Saturday's practice at AmericanAirlines Arena.
    Source: nba.com
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      Source: ESPN.com
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