As everyone is well aware of, Shabazz Napier was a flat-out stud at the University of Connecticut.
Napier boasts one of the more impressive resumes of any incoming rookie, having two national championships, the Bob Cousy Award (2014) and a consensus first team All-American (2014) appearance to his name.
Napier played his best basketball in his senior year, finishing the season with averages of 18.0 points (42.9 FG%, 40.5 3P%), 5.9 rebounds and 4.9 assists.
But everything went wrong for Napier in Summer League play this offseason.
During nine appearances in Orlando and Las Vegas, he averaged 9.6 points (25.9 FG%, 19.5 3P%), 2.2 rebounds, 3.7 assists and a whopping 4.2 turnovers per game.
It's unfair to Napier to solely look at his Summer League performance and ignore his college play when predicting how he will perform in 2014-15. But Miami has to be concerned about how greatly Napier struggled in July.
The Heat have to find out in training camp whether his summer performance was a fluke or not before deciding to give him a serious run next season.