Miami Heat: Biggest question for Darius Days entering 2022-23 Season

Darius Days #4 of the LSU Tigers shoots over Austin Crowley #1 of the Mississippi Rebels (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Darius Days #4 of the LSU Tigers shoots over Austin Crowley #1 of the Mississippi Rebels (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) /

The Miami Heat head into the season with a few questions still left to answer surrounding their team. Specifically, when it comes to their roster, they have to address their power forward scenario.

The first question is whether they have what they need on the roster or do they have to add someone. While the safe assumption is that they’ll want to add a guy there, to be the main guy or add to the rotation, at the very least, that then leads to the next question.

If that guy isn’t on the roster, then who? If that guy is on the roster, also who?

While most tend to think that Caleb Martin will get the first crack at the opportunity, there are several more guys that may see time there too. Bam Adebayo has typically been a center throughout his NBA career for the Miami Heat, but it shouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility to see him there if they don’t have a solid option.

The Miami Heat don’t have a certain option at PF, though they have several to try on their roster. Among those is Darius Days, a rookie out of LSU.

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Jimmy Butler may also slot in there at times, as he’ll do whatever is necessary for his team. Haywood Highsmith is another option and perhaps even the rookie in Nikola Jovic, but another rookie might get a shot too.

That would be Darius Days out of LSU. Coming to the Miami Heat after playing in the NBA Summer League for San Antonio, he already has a really good skill set, on offense anyway.

He does appear to have the size and athletic ability to be a really decent to good defender for Miami too. Back to his offense though, that leads to his biggest question entering the 2022-23 NBA season.

Biggest Question For Darius Days: Can His Offensive Game Translate?

Able to get it done from all three levels on offense, if this kind of production can reveal itself from Days in the NBA, the Miami Heat have another gem on their hands. With their need, he should get the opportunity to show what he’s got too.

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two-way guy for them at the moment, he’ll have limited opportunities right off. But this is his biggest question and if the answer is the right one, the sky is the limit for him and the Miami Heat.