Wade Expects HEAT In-Season Changes?
Yet because of that constant evolution, Dwyane Wade said it would be foolish to assume anything about the Heat’s 2012-13 approach when they regroup for training camp in a month.
“Every year is different; every season is different,” Wade told the Sun Sentinel during a break from a promotional whirlwind that last weekend had him running an adult fantasy camp on Miami Beach and this weekend has him as the focus of his Wade’s World Foundation charity weekend in Chicago.
During a quiet moment, Wade admitted that he could not have envisioned the formula that ultimately delivered the Heat a championship, one that had Shane Battier starting at power forward in the playoffs, something that did not happen a single time during the 2011-12 regular season.
“You feel it out, and understand that throughout the year it changes,” he said. “I think we’ll come in with the mentality that our success is us winning as a team, and all of us being successful at the same time.”