Miami Heat: How Should Erik Spoelstra Handle The Backup Big Situation?
With the Miami Heat also potentially getting Markieff Morris back any day now and the long-awaited return of Victor Oladipo, he’s going to have his hands full when it comes to picking and choosing the rotational pieces down the line.
Spoelstra has until the regular season to finish up. There is time left in the season for Miami to work in new guys and come out with different matchups.
The Oladipo return will be something to talk about whenever Miami crosses that bridge.
However, all of those above factors go into a bigger equation— one that eventually means less playing time to go around.
But from an overarching perspective and the reason you speak about the end of the regular season as a deadline is that as the postseason tips off, he has to go to his veterans first.
Could Spoelstra play Yurtseven before Dedmon at times? Yes, Yurtseven deserves some playing time, but it will probably depend on the matchup.