Miami is definitely going to face a busy summer, as the Heat will have to make some crucial decisions and answer questions that will define the franchise's long term future.
Will D-Wade stay? Is Pat Riley taking over as head coach - again? What to do with former 2nd overall pick Michael Beasley, keep or trade? Which big time free agent will the Heat land? Bosh? Amar'e? Maybe the King himself, LeBron James?
As I said, a busy summer, with so many choices to make and questions to answer. With players like Bosh, Boozer, Joe Johnson, Stoudemire, Wade and LeBron all considering to test free agency, the incumbent FA bonanza will probably be the most decisive part of the off-season, not only for Miami but for the whole league.
But while free agency officially starts July 1st, there's another important task occurring just a week earlier in New York, precisely on June 24: that is, you guessed it, the 2010 NBA Draft.
The Heat will pick at No.18 in the 1st round, then they have three 2nd round picks (No.41, 42 and 48).
Let's see where they could go from there.