Predicting the Heat's perfect starting lineup after ideal offseason

If Miami ends up pulling off a perfect offseason, this is what their starting lineup could look like come opening night.
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Point guard: Terry Rozier

The best roster move Miami made this past season was likely trading for Terry Rozier. Toward the end of January, the Heat sent Kyle Lowry and a protected first-round pick to the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for the talented guard. In a little less than three months with the team, Rozier showed that he can be a fixture for this team going forward.

Terry's ability to handle the ball and attack the basket off the bounce are tremendously underrated, and he has zero lack of confidence in his jump shot. Someone who can catch fire with ease, Rozier is both a steady contributor and someone who can be an X-factor if he is seeing the ball go in the basket consistently.

Heat fans would have probably liked to see a little more shooting consistency from him in the late part of this past season, but Terry will likely improve his percentages after getting a full offseason in Miami under his belt. Add in the fact that Rozier grew up cheering for Dwyane Wade, and it is easy to see why he is already so beloved in the 305. He should be an easy choice for the opening night starting five.