Butler, 3 more ways Heat had a winning offseason. And Riley might not be done yet

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Butler, 3 more ways Heat had a winning offseason. And Riley might not be done yet
Butler, 3 more ways Heat had a winning offseason. And Riley might not be done yet

Butler, 3 more ways Heat had a winning offseason. And Riley might not be done yet | Opinion They could close the summer ledger right now and claim victory. The Miami Heat won the NBA offseason — no, not on the top tier, where Kawhi Leonard, Anthony Davis and Kevin Durant were changing uniforms, but on the lower level of teams that did the most with nothing. What was supposed to be a dead summer in South Florida for Heat activity ended up delightfully noisy. Pat Riley somehow maestro'd a four-team trade to get genuine star talent in Jimmy Butler despite being salary cap-strapped. The Heat essentially got Butler for Josh Richardson, a swap that by itself makes the Heat better and competitive in

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