Well, providing that they can actually address those deficiencies.
Trekking through the NBA regular season and into the NBA Playoffs, the Miami Heat had one issue that saw itself come up a few times. That would be opposing size.
Showing its ugly head against teams like the Cleveland Cavaliers in the regular year, who the Miami Heat went 1-2 against on the season, the Miami Heat were no match, at times, for the size that they could throw at the opposing team on any given night.
With a frontcourt lineup of Lauri Markkanen, Evan Mobley, and Jarrett Allen, they threw three seven-footers at you in the starting lineup every night.