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Miami Heat: Assessing Each Player’s Role for the 2015-16 Season
- Updated: August 10, 2015
The 28-year-old veteran power forward is looking to make up for a lost season in which he appeared in only 17 games. McRoberts’ season was cut short due to a torn meniscus suffered in December of last year.
Though he was expected to be a starter entering the 2014-15 season, that will not be the case entering this season—if anything, McRoberts will be counted upon to be the team’s sixth man.
Although he has never been a sixth man before in his NBA career, the 6’10” forward possesses all of the traits necessary to be one. He’s more than capable of converting on three-point shots, can hold his own in the paint, has excellent passing skills and can guard and play up to three different positions.
Expect Heat fans to truly take notice of McRoberts’ versatility this upcoming season.
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