While that's an impressive feat, it doesn't mean that they should keep their entire roster intact when the offseason rolls around.
The Heat's core talent, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, are only getting older and their window of domination isn't getting any bigger, thanks to Wade's health and Bosh's inability to play in the interior.
The good news for the Heat is that this offseason is an ideal time to shop around some of their talent to see what kind of interest teams have for them on the trade market.
Making a trade this offseason isn't paramount to the Heat's immediate future, but it is very important in terms of thinking about the long-term success of the franchise.
Ahead are a number of trades the Heat should at least consider this offseason.