The Miami Heat haven’t even been around for 30 years, but have become one of the premier franchises in the NBA. In that time, several all-time greats have spent time in South Beach, leading to a rich history of players to choose an all-time starting five from.
With two legends leaving the Miami Heat in the last two years, the organization is in a surprise state of transition. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are both gone, and it’s as good a time as any to take inventory of Heat history. So, who is the all-time starting five for the Miami Heat? FanSided takes a look in its Power Rankings series.
Starting five — PG: Tim Hardaway; SG: Dwyane Wade; SF: Glen Rice; PF: LeBron James; C: Alonzo Mourning
Any surprises? An argument can be made that Chris Bosh should be in the starting five. He won two championships and has been to the All-Star game every season in Miami. What about Shaquille O’Neal? Should he get the nod over Mourning? Fire off in the comments section!