The Miami Heat begin the NBA restart in 4th place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 41-24. They’re 12 games back of the 1st place Milwaukee Bucks (53-12) and won six of their last ten games before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the league to shut down temporarily.
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Miami Heat Team Leaders 2019-2020
|Player Name||Points||Rebounds||Assists||Player Efficiency Ratio (PER)||Games Played|
|SF Jimmy Butler
|PF Bam Adebayo
|PG Goran Dragic
|SG Kendrick Nunn
|SG Duncan Robinson||13.3||3.3||1.4||12.82||65|
SG Tyler Herro
SF Jae Crowder
SF Derrick Jones, Jr.
PF Kelly Olynyk
|C Meyers Leonard
SG Andre Iguodala
PF Chris Silva
Possible Advantages for Miami Playing in Orlando Bubble
Miami is 2-1 this season playing in Orlando, including one preseason game. Granted, the HP Field House is not the Amway Center, but it is still Orlando. There must be some comfort for the team that they’re still playing in the Sunshine State. Miami´s home court, American Airlines Arena, is not much more than a few hours down the Florida Turnpike from The Bubble.
All 17 of the Heat players showed up to Disney for the NBA restart. There were no player opt-outs. Miami will be leaving it all on the court in 2020.