The Miami Heat have the second seed pretty much locked up, and to prepare for the playoffs they could be looking to rest their key players over the final two games according to ESPN’s TrueHoop blog Heat Index.
From ESPN’s Heat Index:
Anticipating the likelihood of being the No. 2 seed after Sunday’s developments in Indiana, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is expected to shift some primary rotation players into rest mode for Monday’s game and Wednesday’s season finale against Philadelphia.
Heat center Chris Bosh went on to call the season a grind but wasn’t willing to commit to players being rested. It reiterates a point from Dwyane Wade who said that the Heat are trying to win the final two games and get in a rhythm heading into the playoffs.
“It’s been a hell of a grind this year,” Bosh said. “You just have to hang in there and do what you’re supposed to do. It’s been relentless and brutal. You take the wins you can get. When you lose, you just move on. I don’t know, man [about taking games off]. Every time you think you know, something changes. So I’m not going to try to act like I know what’s going on tomorrow or the day after. I’m just going to take it as it goes.”
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