Oladipo said he doesn’t know whether he’ll be back before New Year’s or the All-Star break.
Plenty of questions remain about this new-look Heat roster, but there’s renewed confidence in the air.
The Heat already won’t have Victor Oladipo early in the season.
Martin will compete with Max Strus for backup minutes — until Victor Oladipo returns.
Heat promote Powell after four seasons as assistant coach.
Take a look back at Sept. 15, 2020
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The Miami Heat depth chart looks pretty complete, but is Gabe Vincent the right choice behind Kyle Lowry?
Bosh gave a powerful Hall of Fame induction speech focused on bouncing back from failures.
The three will compete for one of Miami’s two-way roster spots.
A closing five of Lowry, Oladipo, Butler, Tucker and Adebayo would be dangerous.
Herro is one of only five players under contract through the 2022-23 season.
After being absent from last year’s G-League the Heat affiliate returns and are in the market for some new players.
With DeJon Jarreau gone, could Micah Potter earn a two-way contract?
Neither former two-way player proved they were ready for regular rotation minutes last year.
If he finds some semblance of his 2018 self, Miami’s ceiling rises.
Both Garrett and Jarreau offer depth in the backcourt.
Who will make Miami’s 20-man summer roster?
The Heat finished their Summer League play on Tuesday.
The 2019 second-round pick shot just 23.5 percent from 3 in Summer League.
The undrafted guard out of Mississippi State will likely get an invite to training camp.
Garrett has proven he deserves one of the Heat’s two-way contracts.
Strus and Yurtseven continue to impress but who else is making strides?