The Miami Heat, who finished with the best record in the Eastern Conference last season with a 53-29 record, lost an important part of their strong starting lineup when power forward PJ Tucker left in free agency for the Heat.

won over it. in the postseason, the Philadelphia 76ers. But Heat manager Jimmy Butler isn't worried about what Tucker's departure could mean for his team's rotation. 

The Miami Heat, who finished with the best record in the Eastern Conference last season with a 53-29 record, lost an important part of their strong starting lineup when forward PJ Tucker left for the club.  

free for one game the Heat won in it. playoffs, Philadelphia 76ers. But Heat manager Jimmy Butler isn't worried about what Tucker's departure could mean for his team's rotation.  

In fact, Jimmy Butler even made a somewhat surprising comment during the Heat's press conference about a different role he might play due to Tucker's departure from South Beach. 

Despite Jimmy Butler's impressive style on the court and his history with the team, the most memorable in 2018 with the Minnesota Timberwolves, he and starting PJ Tucker are good friends on the court. 

When Tucker announced that he would join the 76ers, Butler responded in an Instagram post, using the "f-bomb" against Tucker and Joel Embiid, his former teammate.  

Butler's desire to play all four games is understandable, as it means he will have to pitch in more often, which is no small task for a 33-year-old player who has missed a lot of time in years. recent ones.