The NBA’s board of governors have approved Adam Silver’s 22-team proposal for a return to play. Which Miami Heat players have the most to prove?
After an 86-day silence the NBA announced it’s plan to return to the floor and finish out the 2019-2020 season at Walt Disney World in Florida. The Miami Heat along with 21 other teams will travel to and be kept inside a bubble in Orlando while playing out their respective seasons.
It will begin with a scheduled eight games to finish out the regular season and determine the playoff bracket. Then the top-16 teams will advance to the postseason and eventually a 2019-2020 champion will be crowned in Florida by mid-October.
Miami was the fourth best team in the Eastern Conference at the start of the hiatus, behind Butler’s inaugural season with the Heat and Bam Adebayo’s growth into an All-Star. But which of the team’s personnel have the most to prove in the season’s finish?
A look at three Miami Heat players with the most to gain (or lose) in the remaining stretch.