Miami Heat was the winner of the NBA offseason by making some of the best free agency deals. Jimmy Butler left the Philadelphia 76ers to sign a deal with the Miami team. Pat Riley, the manager of Heat team made a smart move and the team is looking strong for the NBA 2019-20 season. Every Miami fan has high expectations from Butler and we hope that the 4 times All-Star can take his team into the 2020 playoffs.
Perfect Fit in the Team
Jimmy Butler and Miami Heat are a perfect fit for each other and there could not have been any better choice. Miami was once a champion team who won back to back NBA titles under the leadership of LeBron James. While there is no direct comparison between Butler and James, both have a strong personality and comes off strong on the court. Also, Dwayne Wade has left the Miami team and it makes Butler as the next superstar of the team.
Main Star of Miami Heat
Butler proved last year with the Philadelphia 76ers that he doesn’t need other superstars and can carry a team single-handedly on his shoulders. In NBA 2016-17 season, Butler had his career-best of 23.9 points, 45.5 percent shooting, 6.2 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 1.9 steals, and 0.4 blocks per game.
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The best part about Butler’s performance as he led the team while Dwayne Wade was just a sidekick to him. Jimmy is ready to repeat that for the Miami Heat team as he is the cornerstone on which the team stands.
Less Competition in Eastern Conference
The best part about Jimmy Butler’s next season is that he can finally lead the Eastern Conference of NBA. Miami Heat won’t face much competition as the Philadelphia 76ers and Milwaukee Bucks are the only team that can come out on top and rest of the six spots are free.
A Hurricane is going to make it to Miami before Jimmy Butler does wow
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Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors have lost their star players and can’t repeat the same without them. Brooklyn Nets and Indiana Pacers have some new players but it will be time before they can adjust and recover from their injuries. There are high chances that Butler can take Miami Heat into the playoffs and also to the NBA finals.