We're heading into the final lap of the NBA's regular season, when playoff teams start to jell and lineups are molded into postseason shape.
For the Miami Heat, it's always been a little bit more about the players. It's what the media focuses on, what the fans argue about and what the organization holds smoke machine-ladened celebrations for.
How Miami's lineup shapes up is largely dependent on who is hot, and who is not.
If certain three-point shooters aren't knocking down shots and see the bench, the lineup could swing from small to big as quickly as Kevin Federline at an In-N-Out.
It's important to look at how the current roster stacks up as we hit up some end-of-season power rankings, if only to have a better feel for how the Heat will look going into the playoffs as they chase a third title in as many seasons.