According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Miami Heat and their affiliate Sioux Falls Skyforce will not be participating in this season’s version of the G League.
Per source, Heat will not field G-League team this year. G-League is expected to field teams in a bubble in an Atlanta suburb. Heat will not participate. Heat's 2-way players (Vincent & likely either Eboua, Tyree, Strus or BJ Johnson) will stay with Heat, can play 50 games each
— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) December 7, 2020
Due to the the newly introduced COVID-19 protocols, this 2020-21 G League season will likely be conducted in a bubble environment in Atlanta.
The team currently has guard Gabe Vincent on a two-way contract, while Paul Eboua, Breein Tyree, Max Strus and BJ Johnson will all compete for the final two-way roster spot.
Per two-way contract rules, the aforementioned players can only play 50 games with the Heat in the regular season.