Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade’s final dance with the Heat will not help them escape the waist of the NBA. Neither will the first season of the post-Wade era.
Miami has been hungry for celebrity power in recent years, sending only two representatives to the All-Star Game within the past 3 seasons–one as an injury replacement (Goran Dragic), the other on a special invitation from the commissioner (Wade). Even though Josh Richardson, Justise Winslow and Bam Adebayo have taken steps ahead this season, none has consistently displayed elite possible.
This group has too much ability to base out, which type of rebuild doesn’t appeal president Pat Riley anyway. The Heat are loose with their draft selections during his tenure, hence the reason they’re outside a future first and four of their next five second-rounders.
But when the draft doesn’t deliver a celebrity, it’s difficult to tell which route this franchise can take. There’s no real spending money until 2020, and trade processors come few and far between, given the number of bloated contracts are on the books.
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