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Michael Beasley (Grade: B)
Once a full-fledged rotation member, Beasley has seen his minutes vanish for the most part recently. Before he played 24 minutes in the Heat's last game, Beasley had seen the court for just four minutes in the previous five games.
When given a chance, though, Beasley has impressed, especially offensively. He's averaging 20.2 points per 36 minutes on 51.0 percent shooting from the field. While the vast majority of Beasley's offensive production is coming near the rim, he's also shot the ball well from outside (42.4 3PT percentage).
Given his offensive production and that he's playing hard on the defensive end, Beasley should get back into the rotation soon enough.
Rashard Lewis (Grade: C)
Like Beasley, there was a time this season when Lewis was playing crucial minutes for Miami. But times have changed and Lewis has gotten a DNP-CD in four of Miami's past five games.
Lewis' job on this team is to shoot three-pointers, so it's a problem that he's shot just 34.3 percent from outside this season. He's still someone that can space the floor and that has value on this team.
Considering he's not a strong defender or rebounder, he'll need to start hitting his shots to reclaim a rotation role.
Greg Oden (Grade: B+)
Oden gets a high grade here for the simple fact that he played his first game on Jan. 15 and has yet to have a setback.
He's not playing many minutes (8.1 MPG in nine games) or putting up big numbers (2.6 PPG and 2.3 RPG), but he's moving well and it looks like there's a chance he could be a real help to Miami in the playoffs.
That's really all the Heat could ask for at this point.