Like everyone else, Ronnie Brewer has heard all the hype about the Miami Heat now that LeBron James and Chris Bosh have teamed up with Dwyane Wade. But the newest Bull isn't ready to concede anything to the Heat just yet.
"I just think it's going to be more competitive," Brewer said. "Just because those three guys went down there, you can't just crown them as champions."
One reason Brewer decided to sign with the Bulls as a free agent is he believes they can be a championship team soon. He believes advancing farther in the playoffs is a goal that he and former Utah Jazz teammates Carlos Boozer and Kyle Korver will share.
"We've had some success, but we haven't scratched the surface of making it to the Finals and winning a Western Conference finals," Brewer said of the Jazz. "We've been there before, we've had some success, but not nearly as much success as we want to have, so we're gonna push our teammates to go hard and get to that level.
That's one of our goals and that should be a team goal, to win a world championship."