The Heat has their "Miami Triangle" in place. And if you thought Pat Riley might feel the hard part is over, his real task may very well have just begun.
With Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh. the Heat has solidified its three core positions. It is expected that Mario Chalmers will be given the task of playing alongside the trio in the starting line-up.
The club also on the verge of adding Mike Miller to a deal. That would give them five good to great players. Not a bad foundation to build on.
Yet still the task is incomplete. Riley must now surround his core with shooters who can keep the floor balanced and afford his stars the best chance at chasing a NBA Title next season. The Heat also need to add a lot of size because Bosh is every bit the perimeter player that Beasley was. He is not the low block, post threat as the Heat are selling him.
The Heat have very minimal cap space at this point. It was believed that they wouldn't have any after the big "triple-play" was signed. They were lucky the three stars agreed to take less money.
After signing Miller the Heat may be stuck with mainly guys no one really wants. They will also be forced to go after low key and unknown shooters and serviceable, at best, big men most likely.
It'll be interesting to see what the Miami Heat put together. Here's a list of who I believe are the most likely to join the Miami Heat next season.