Offseason moves for the Miami Heat: With up to $27 million in cap space, changes are coming

After the loss to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals last October, Miami Heat president Pat Riley made it clear that change was not coming.

"I think we'll stay the course with our picks, stay the course with our young players," Riley told the media at the time.

With the exception of Jae Crowder, the entire core that pushed Miami to the NBA Finals in the bubble returned for 2020-21. But now the last team standing in the Eastern Conference playoffs a year ago is the first eliminated from this year's playoffs, which will likely lead to a far different offseason..

After seeing this team get swept by the Milwaukee Bucks, you can guarantee that change is coming. So what moves should Miami make this summer after an early exit from this year's postseason?