Miami Heat: Top 5 Most Impressive Players During The Preseason

Miami Heat: Top 5 Most Impressive Players During The Preseason

Statistical Predictions for all of Miami's Rotational Players

1. James Ennis


While Ennis wasn’t the Heat’s most consistent player throughout the preseason, he was the most impressive.

No one will mistake Ennis for LeBron anytime soon, but the undrafted free agent’s athleticism and ability to make plays on the fastbreak mirror the four-time MVP in many ways.

The 24-year-old small forward averaged 10.9 points per game while shooting 50 percent from the field. On a game-to-game basis, Ennis electrified crowds with his fastbreak dunks.

The 6’7″ forward figures to be a key part of Miami’s rotation during the 2014-15 season. So much so, that he will likely come off of the bench as the Heat’s sixth man.

Bosh stated the following in regards to what Ennis brings to the table, via Shandel Richardson of The Sun Sentinel:

“We needed an injection of young talent. I think with James we’ve found a diamond in the rough. His athletic ability, his shooting and his playmaking ability are second to none. He has a tremendous upside. He’s going to help us a lot as long as he continues to develop.”

Due to the void created by James’ departure, the Heat have found a guy capable of becoming a key rotation player for many years to come.
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