Dwyane Wade has been the Miami Heat's most pleasant surprise during the 2015-16 season.
Josh McRoberts has been one of the Miami Heat's biggest disappointments this season, and it isn't even close.
After spending the past few seasons going in and out of the lineup, Dwyane Wade has turned back the clock in 2015-16. This amazing play is something we would expect to see out of Wade from five years ago -- not today.
The Miami Heat can't afford to pay Hassan Whiteside this summer and make a push at a big free agent. That is why they must trade the big man soon.
Here's how the Miami Heat grade out through the first half of the 2015-16 NBA season.
The Miami Heat have yet to win more than three games in a row this season, and the lack of consistency can solely be blamed on the team's woeful three-point shooting.
Chris Bosh is finally becoming “the man” in Miami.
Hassan Whiteside is returning from a one-game absence due to a knee injury, which has the Miami Heat organization breathing a collective sigh of relief.
Dwyane Wade has come off the bench for the Miami Heat the last two games, and it's no coincidence the team has dominated their last two opponents by double figures.
Hassan Whiteside could make his first NBA All-Star appearance based on his absolute domination with the Miami Heat.