Playing the NBA Stock Market: The 2010 Miami Heat Preseason Edition.

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Buying and selling is a main component of the stock market on Wall Street. You buy when a product is in heavy demand and you sell when said product begins to lose its value.

When it comes to basketball, you can compare the NBA‘s practices to those on Wall Street. When a player’s stock, or game, is in a decline for a specific time, you can sell.

But if they are impressing at that specific moment, then is the time to buy and see what else they can put out and remain consistent.

The Miami Heat preseason has basically been a training camp, as nearly half the roster is new to the city of Miami. With so many pickups in the offseason, the preseason has been used to see which players should play in what specific unit, and with which member of the big three, to build some sort of chemistry before the October 26th opener.

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