The Miami Heat had a busy offseason, to say the least.
The Heat saw LeBron James and other key contributors from last year's team (Shane Battier, James Jones, Rashard Lewis and presumably Ray Allen) walk out the door and added a number of solid players to occupy their old spots on the depth chart.
We're going to take an in-depth look at those newcomers and assign them statistical projections for the upcoming season.
The Heat might not have LeBron anymore, but if these summer acquisitions can play up to their potential, then Miami should still finish as one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference.
Note: We're giving predictions to the free-agent signings that are strong bets or locks to make the team. The Heat also signed Tyler Johnson and Shawn Jones this summer, but it's very possible that Johnson ends up on Miami's D-League affiliate and Jones simply doesn't make the roster.