Through 54 games this season, the Miami Heat have to be considered one of the better teams in the League. With a 43.5 Over/Under the Heat have almost eclipsed that with a record of 35-19. As well posting a 22-3 home record so far.
Superstar addition of Jimmy Butler and the emergence of Bam Adebayo as an All-star have obviously helped the Heat, But the role players such as Goran Dragic, Duncan Robinson, and rookies Kendrick Nunn and Tyler Herro have been just as big as a factor.
The Heat made some changes at the trade dealine adding Jae Crowder and Former Finals MVP Andre Iguodala while dropping Dio Waiters, Justise Winslow, and James Johnson.
The Heat are looking for a deep playoff run and definitely competing for a Championship in the very near future.