Miami Heat: 3 things to watch in Victor Oladipo’s return

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Where Victor Oladipo could fit on the team moving forward

Obviously, this goes beyond Oladipo’s debut. The hope is that all goes well in his debut and there are signs that he could be an asset for the team moving forward. However, the key will be what that could eventually look like?

With how well Gabe Vincent, Caleb Martin, and Max Strus have looked, the Heat doesn’t have many minutes available for the taking. However, if Oladipo does look good in his return, it’ll be interesting to see how and where the Heat decides to use him.

No matter what Spo does with Oladipo in his debut, I believe it’ll be a few games before we really see what type of role he’s going to have with the team moving forward.

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Though, the first step is getting back on the floor. And that’s exactly what Oladipo will be doing, hopefully, Monday night against the Houston Rockets.