Erik Spoelstra has done a very good job setting the Miami Heat's rotation to begin this season. He's not overworking his stars and many of the team's role players are getting the minutes per game they deserve.
Yet, as is always the case in the NBA, there is room for improvement.
One way in which Spoelstra could improve his rotation would be to lessen Norris Cole's role in it. Cole has not lived up to the improvements expected from him entering his second season, and shouldn't be playing the same amount of minutes.
Let's further examine and determine what Spoelstra should do with Cole and look at two more rotation changes the Heat might consider making this season.