By Max Zelenko on June 29, 2014
As of today, the Heat have one player under contract and hold the rights to an additional player who was drafted. So, to state the obvious, it is extremely difficult to discuss the team’s current depth chart. Potential free agents will not be discussed, but here is a look at the Heat’s depth chart with players they should bring back from 2013-14 NBA season.
1. Norris Cole
2. Shabazz Napier
The only position of players that the team has rights to. Napier has potential to turn into something special, but do not be surprised if Miami adds here in free agency.
1. Dwyane Wade
2. Ray Allen
With Wade almost a lock to return, the Heat should and will make every effort to convince Ray Allen to give it another go. If both of these guys are back in South Beach, Miami will be in good shape at the position.
1. Lebron James
Besides Lebron, no other small forward should be back with Miami. Look for the Heat to bring in a solid veteran to back up James.
1. Chris Bosh
2. Udonis Haslem
Bosh could have been listed under center, but Miami needs to get much tougher. The Heat could look to add a “stretch-4” here. And while he is not listed, there is definitely a chance Rashard Lewis is back. They should just look elsewhere first.
1. Chris Andersen
Birdman is perfect off the bench. And with a whopping million in cap space, the Heat should do whatever they can to find a shot-blocker in the middle.
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