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Tyler Johnson perfects his skills on the Heat practice court

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When it comes to work ethic of the Heat's young guard, there's no time to waste in the offseason.

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I don't know about you, but it would have been a bummer to see the gifted young guard Tyler Johnson reach his potential with the Brooklyn Nets after the last two years blossoming with the Miami Heat.

Johnson is one of those players that fits so well with the Heat system because he works tirelessly on his game and the coaching staff have helped guide him along on his path from undrafted prospect to bonafide NBA player. Now with the security of a hefty four-year guaranteed contract, he's right back to work on the practice court of AmericanAirlines Arena in July preparing for a bigger role on the Heat.

It's good to see Johnson work on all facets of his offensive game from the pull-up midrange jumper to launching 3-pointers and yes, some dunking too.