You guys aren't getting Fisher. And Kobe is a first team all league defender while Artest is former defensive player of the year. Bynum's not bad either. I would love to see Miami vs. LA in the finals but sadly I do not think that the heat and Lebrick will make it there.
Ultimately, I don't see Fisher signing with the Heat. However, he's had a few days to sign with the Lakers and remains a free agent, so who knows? LA has just as much a chance of missing the Finals as the Heat do.
Fish won't get more money in Miami than in LA. That said he wants to stay in Los Angeles for many reasons other than basketball. He'll re-sign with the Lakers.
I still don't think that the Heat have a chance against LA on the glass. The Lakers have two 7-foot beasts in the middle in Pau and Bynum, and then you bring in the best rebounding forward in the NBA in Lamar Odom, and it's just impossible to match-up with.
The Lakers were as good as they were this season with Kobe having tons of injuries and Bynum hobbling on one leg. LA is still the best team in the NBA and the defending champs. They have the best player in the game, the best big man in the game, the most length, best coach, best leader (Fish), best ownership, best on-ball defender, and the most complete roster in the game.
I don't see Miami getting by Orlando, but even if they do, IMO, they don't stand a chance against the Lakers.