Things aren't going well for the Heat. Check out their latest manifesto....
ORLANDO, Fla. -- First came "The Decision." Then the expectations. Now the pressure is on the Miami Heat more than ever.
Even from the White House.
Dwight Howard had 24 points and 18 rebounds, J.J. Redick scored 20 points and the Orlando Magic beat Miami 104-95 on Wednesday night to hand the Heat's All-Star trio its first three-game losing streak.
The slower-than-expected start for the Heat has resonated all the way to Washington, where President Barack Obama said before the game in an interview with ABC that it "takes some time for the team to come together."
Nobody could have imagined it would take this long.
The main problem with the Heat is that they don't appear to be getting better. That's an issue. They should show some sort of gelling by now. I don't think that's happened yet.