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Perhaps no Heat player from the past few years has been more heavily criticized than Mario Chalmers. This has made Chalmers underrated, even factoring in how poor he played in the 2014 NBA playoffs.
Chalmers averaged 9.8 points, 4.9 assists and 1.6 steals per game in 2013-14. He's developed into a solid spot-up shooter, and his 38.5 three-point percentage ranked best on the Heat last season.
He can finish at the rim and has displayed a better feel for the game in recent years, knowing when and where to feed his teammates and when to score himself.
With LeBron James gone, Chalmers is going to be handling the ball more in 2014-15, and those abilities will be on display even more.
If he can hold off Norris Cole and Shabazz Napier—which he should be able to do—Chalmers should post career highs in points and assists this upcoming season.