The Heat have no frontcourt problems because there's no team out there with a better frontcourt able to take advantage of the mismatch. On paper you would've thought the Lakers were the prime team to abuse Miami with their obvious advantage in the frontcourt but how has that worked out in the two games we've played them?
It's sad to me that we've entered an era of small ball and a lot of teams are getting away with it, winning championships, and probably thinking their teams stand among the best ever. International play may be the only place where the US is reminded that height and playing closer to the basket is better than the perimeter. I'm sure the trend will bounce back someday though. There's got to be a kid out there somewhere who disdains taking jump shots outside of ten feet and terrorizes the paint on both ends, a Shaq/Wilt reincarnate. He'll come into the league on day and restore the world order, bring balance to the force. Hopefully, it's the Lakers who draft him.