Miami Heat Draft: One 2020 prospect for every position

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Tyler Herro poses with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver after being drafted with the 13th overall pick by the Miami Heat. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)

As Miami Heat fans and those of other teams alike look ahead to the upcoming offseason, here’s a look at one 2020 draft prospect per position for Miami.

The Miami Heat don’t know when or how the NBA will resume. Because of this, they along with the rest of the league, are looking ahead and planning for the offseason. With that comes a more advanced level scouting of potential prospects in the 2020 NBA Draft.

Draft nights in the NBA are some of the more wild and unpredictable in basketball. Teams can walk in with a bottom-end selection in the first-round but finish the night with a top-five prospect.

Historically, draft nights have represented one of the more active evenings for the NBA’s trade market. This only further enforces the unpredictability players and teams face alike.

It’s safe to presume that most teams walk into any given draft with one to two prospects for each of the five positions. That being said, a look at one prospect per position the Miami Heat should consider in the 2020 NBA Draft.

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