The luckiest coach on the planet ?
Coach to LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade in South Beach.
A 74- win season in the offing?
Will he make history leading Miami to the 2011 NBA title? A first for a Filipino-American?
How much credit will they give Erik?
Is Pat Riley coming in to replace him at mid-season?
How can he manage all the superstars?
Will they question his losses and well as his substitutions?
Will he be a scapegoat if things go wrong in Miami?
If he wins, will they believe?
Training camp is 10 days away. Will you follow his exploits as the world turns to a new NBA?
Next June, we'll talk...OK? -Toto Battung 091610
Erik Spoelstra will have the toughest job in the NBA season coming up. Not only are the expectations going to be sky high, he must lead Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James to a title against formidable teams like the Los Angeles Lakers,San Antonio Spurs, Boston Celtics and the Orlando Magic.
Spoelstra had the audacity to do something that Mike Brown never had ownership's backing to do in Cleveland:
To push James, call him out, coach him.
Spoelstra isn't running from Lebron, but running at him.
Someone's scared here, but it isn't the coach.