The Miami Heat have only been a franchise since 1988, but they've still had their fair share of great players grace the hardwood.
From Alonzo Mourning to Tim Hardaway, to the team's current stars like LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, the Heat have a number of guys who could all vie for the top spot among the team's all-time players.
What better way to settle the debate of who the greatest Heat player of all-time is than by setting up a one-on-one tournament to decide.
The rules are traditional one-on-one rules, and all baskets count as one point. The objective of the game is to be the first player to get to 21 points, and all fouls are called by the defender. And the most important rule of all is that you keep the ball on a made basket, and you turn it over on a missed basket.
Now that we've set up the guidelines, let's move on to the players in the tournament and the subsequent seedings.