Miami Heat: Did They Address The Rebounding Issue This Offseason?

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Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant (7) and forward Jeff Green (8) battle for a rebound against Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo (13)
(Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)

The Miami Heat had a problem last season. They had a huge problem.

Ironically enough, their “huge problem” was probably due to them literally… not being huge enough. “Murdered” would be an understatement when it describes the Miami Heat’s rebounding situation, at times, last season.

Though “at times” is a proper description, those “times” were at the most crucial times and imperative portions of the games, it seems. That’s just what the eyes tell a person though.

In most situations when it comes to sports and especially when said surveyor knows what he or she is looking at, the numbers back that up, tell a similar story, or hit just close enough to make sense of it all… or at least, a little bit.

In this situation, the numbers are spot-on. When it comes to the Miami Heat and their ability to rebound the ball last season, they came in at an unimpressive 29th of 30 teams.

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