While his modest averages of 6.7 points, 1.7 rebounds, and three assists per game across the three he has played for Miami, thus far, this season are nothing to go crazy over, there are a few things to do exactly that about.
This guy is finally healthy and feeling as well as he has felt in a few years from a basketball-related health perspective. He also finally feels right, apparently.
When you think about all of that and in accordance with the fact that you have seen him be a top 25 guy in the league type across his career, it should lead you to the last thing to be excited about.
You are adding this to a Miami Heat team that has, not only, been the best team in the Eastern Conference for much of the year, but also one of the best in the entire league. They should have more than enough to put them over the top in the coming postseason, all if good fortune and health are with them.
And furthermore, yes, with Miami’s system, world-class conditioning program, and the coach now affectionately known as Top 15 around these parts— Oladipo could certainly still stand to go down as “one of the greats”.
You just hope it comes to fruition and even more so, in a Miami Heat uniform.