Dwyane Wade scored 2 points last night in a lopsided loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, only the third time that has happened to him in 973 career games. Tyler Johnson started at point guard and shot 0-for-6. The Heat shot a season-low 36.5 percent and failed to break 80 points for the second straight game. As a team, the Heat totaled 13 assists.
Was this “rock bottom,” as Michael Wallace of ESPN.com asked?
Is there any way Pat Riley can fix this mess of a team? Or has he already mortgaged too much of the future by dealing away a pair of first-rounders in last year’s deal for Goran Dragic to go along with the top-10 protected pick the Heat will not have (in all likelihood) in this June’s draft.
Is there anyone who will take Josh McRoberts off their hands, freeing about $6 million in cap room for next season to possibly allow them to keep both Wade and Hassan Whiteside?
So many questions. You want answers?
I did my best to provide them in this interview on 560 WQAM in Miami on the Big O Show with host and friend Orlando Alzugaray.
Chris Sheridan is publisher and editor in chief of SheridanHoops.com. Follow him on Twitter.