Miami Heat Depth Chart 2020 Heat Depth Chart

44-29, 1st in East Southeast

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The Heat certainly had an interesting offseason, with some high-profile additions as well as departures, but have probably come out of it looking better than last season. Still, it remains difficult to see the Heat contending against the powerhouses in the East, so expectations should be tempered. The biggest departure was probably Dwayne Wade, but he managed to give the Heat one last assist by convincing Butler to leave the Sixers to sign with the Heat. The Heat did have to give up Josh Richardson to get Butler, but the fact they were able to acquire any star considering their cap situation is impressive. Here are some big questions about their roster entering the season.

Depth Chart

Point Guard PG
Goran Dragic
Shooting Guard SG
Duncan Robinson
Small Forward SF
Jimmy Butler
Power Forward PF
Jae Crowder
Small Forward SF
Jimmy Butler
Power Forward PF
Jae Crowder
Point Guard PG
Goran Dragic
Shooting Guard SG
Duncan Robinson

Heat Depth Chart FAQ

FAQ

How Much Are The Miami Heat Worth?

The Miami Heat rank 12th in the NBA in value as they were valued in 2020 at $1.9 billion. The team has three championships in their history. Last season they had a revenue of $294 million and grew 11%.

Who Owns The Miami Heat?

Micky Arison is the owner of the Miami heat. He is the co-founder of Carnival Corporation. Arison bought the Miami Heat back in 1995 and has won three championships during his time. He purchased them for just $32.5 million.

Who Is The Miami Heat Head Coach?

Erik Spoelstra is the head coach of the Miami Heat. He has been the head coach since the 2008-2009 season and is a two-time NBA champion. Spoelstra has won over 55 games in his career and has a 59% winning percentage.

What Is The Miami Heat Salary Cap?

The Miami Heat have a salary cap of $128,232,935. They have $5,664,670 in dead cap space. Jimmy Butler is the highest paid on the team with a sign-and-trade max deal. He will make over $30 million for the next few seasons.

Who Is The Miami Heat 6th Man?

Goran Dragic is the Miami Heat's, 6th man. He comes off the bench and averages 28 minutes per game. He has averaged 16 points per game and has rebounded nicely from a down season in the year prior.

Who Is The Miami Heat Highest-Paid Player?

Jimmy Butler takes up 24.4% of the cap space in Miami, as he is the highest-paid player. Butler came over in the offseason with a trade from Philadelphia where he signed a long term deal that is worth $140 million.

Who Is The Best Player On The Miami Heat?

Jimmy Butler is the best player on the Miami Heat as they traded for a true superstar. He is averaging 20-6-6 during the 2019 season which is the best stats on the team. He is also one of the best defensive players in the league.