Miami Heat Regular Season Rosters

2021-2022 Miami Heat Regular Season Roster

Jersey Player Pos HT WT YOS Pre-Draft Team Draft Status Nationality Free Agent Info
15 Precious Achiuwa SF 6-9 210 1 Memphis 2020 Rnd 1 Pick 20 Nigeria TO-2022; TO-2023; RFA-2024
13 Bam Adebayo C 6-10 255 4 Kentucky 2017 Rnd 1 Pick 14 United States UFA-2026
22 Jimmy Butler GF 6-8 232 10 Marquette 2011 Rnd 1 Pick 30 United States PO-2022; UFA-2023
7 Goran Dragic G 6-3 190 13 Union Olimpija (Slovenia) 2008 Rnd 2 Pick 15 Slovenia UFA-2022
14 Tyler Herro SG 6-6 195 2 Kentucky 2019 Rnd 1 Pick 13 United States TO-2022; RFA-2023
4 KZ Okpala SG 6-9 210 2 Stanford 2019 Rnd 2 Pick 2 United States / Nigeria RFA-2022

2021-2022 Miami Depth Chart

  PG SG SF PF C
Starters G. Dragic T. Herro J. Butler K. Okpala B. Adebayo
Rotation         P. Achiuwa

Miami Draft Rights Retained

Name Pos Draft Status Nationality
Roberto Duenas C 1997 Rnd 2 Pick 29 Spain
George Banks PF 1995 Rnd 2 Pick 17 United States

Miami Free Agent Rights Retained

Name Pos FA Status Nationality
Trevor Ariza SF (U) Early Bird United States
Nemanja Bjelica PF (U) Bird Serbia
Dewayne Dedmon PF (U) Non-Bird United States
Udonis Haslem FC (U) Bird United States
Andre Iguodala SF (U) Bird United States
Kendrick Nunn SG (U) Bird United States
Victor Oladipo G (U) Bird United States
Duncan Robinson F (R) Bird United States
Max Strus G (R) Non-Bird United States
Gabe Vincent G (R) Early Bird United States / Nigeria
Omer Yurtseven C (U) Non-Bird Uzbekistan / Turkey
Dwyane Wade SG (U) Early Bird United States
Jordan Mickey PF (U) Non-Bird United States

Miami Heat Future Free Agent Details

2022 2023 2024 2026
Goran Dragic (UFA)
Jimmy Butler (PO)
Tyler Herro (TO)
Precious Achiuwa (TO)
KZ Okpala (UFA)
Tyler Herro (RFA)
Precious Achiuwa (TO)
Precious Achiuwa (RFA)
Bam Adebayo (UFA)

Miami Heat Future Draft Pick Summary

Year First Round Second Round
20221-14 Own; or least favorable of MIA 15-30, HOU and BRK then others to HOU (via HOU swap of HOU or BRK for MIA)To IND; Less favorable of DEN and PHL (via MIN swap of PHL for DEN) if MIA 15-30 in 2022
20231-14 Own; 15-30 to OKC (via LAC)More favorable of MIA and DAL to OKC [may be conveyed by OKC to BOS]; less favorable of MIA and DAL to BOS if HOU 31-32; or more favorable of (i) HOU 33-60 and (ii) less favorable of MIA and DAL to BOS; and least favorable of MIA, DAL and HOU 33-60 to IND (via MIA to DAL; via MEM swap of DAL or MIA for HOU)
20241-14 Own; 15-30 to OKC (via LAC) if not already settled31-50 Own; 51-55 to ATL; 56-60 to NYK (via CLE to DET to PHL)
20251-14 Own; 15-30 to OKC (via LAC) if not already settledTo IND
2026To OKC (via LAC) if not already settledMore favorable of MIA and IND to MIL then other to IND (via IND)
2027OwnThree most favorable of MIA, OKC, HOU and IND to OKC then other to UTH (via HOU to DET to OKC)
2028OwnOwn

Miami Heat Future Traded Pick Details

Incoming Outgoing

2022 second round draft pick from Philadelphia or Denver (less favorable)
Minnesota will receive the more favorable of Philadelphia's 2022 2nd round pick and Denver's 2022 2nd round pick and Miami will receive the less favorable of the two (via Minnesota's right to swap Philadelphia for Denver) [Denver-Philadelphia, 7/6/2018; Minnesota-Philadelphia, 11/12/2018; Denver-Miami, 6/21/2019]; Miami may convey this pick to Houston (see Miami Outgoing)

2022 first round draft pick to Houston (swap, less favorable of Houston and Brooklyn incoming)
Houston will receive the two most favorable of its 2022 1st round pick, Brooklyn's 2022 1st round pick and Miami's 2022 1st round pick protected for selections 1-14 and Miami will receive the least favorable of the three (via Houston's right to swap Houston or Brooklyn for Miami); if this pick falls within its protected range and is therefore not conveyable, then Houston will instead receive its pick and the Brooklyn pick and the less favorable of Denver's 2022 2nd round pick and Philadelphia's 2022 2nd round pick (via Miami) [Brooklyn-Cleveland-Houston-Indiana, 1/16/2021; Houston-Miami, 3/25/2021]

2022 second round draft pick to Indiana
Miami's 2022 2nd round pick to Indiana [Indiana-Miami-Phoenix, 7/6/2019]

2023 first round draft pick to Oklahoma City
Miami's 1st round pick to Oklahoma City (via L.A. Clippers) protected for selections 1-14 in 2023, 1-14 in 2024 and 1-14 in 2025 and unprotected in 2026 [L.A. Clippers-Miami, 7/6/2019; L.A. Clippers-Oklahoma City, 7/10/2019]

2023 second round draft pick to Oklahoma City, Boston or Indiana
Oklahoma City will receive the more favorable of Dallas' 2023 2nd round pick and Miami's 2023 2nd round pick (Oklahoma City may convey this pick to Boston (see Oklahoma City Outgoing)); Boston will receive the more favorable of (i) Houston's 2023 2nd round pick protected for selections 31-32 and (ii) the less favorable of the Dallas pick and the Miami pick and Indiana will receive the least favorable of the three (via Miami to Dallas; via Memphis' right to swap Dallas or Miami for Houston); if the Houston pick falls within its protected range, then Houston's obligation to Boston will be extinguished and Boston will instead receive the less favorable of the Dallas pick and the Miami pick and Indiana will instead receive the Houston pick [Dallas-Miami, 7/7/2017; Dallas-Memphis, 7/8/2019; Houston-Memphis, 2/6/2020; Boston-Memphis-Portland, 11/20/2020; Dallas-Detroit-Oklahoma City, 11/27/2020; Brooklyn-Cleveland-Houston-Indiana, 1/16/2021]

2024 second round draft pick to Atlanta or New York
Miami's 2024 2nd round pick to Atlanta protected for selections 31-50 and 56-60 or to New York (via Cleveland to Detroit to Philadelphia) protected for selections 31-55 (Miami's obligation(s) to Atlanta and/or New York will thereafter be extinguished) [Cleveland-Miami, 2/8/2018; Atlanta-Miami, 6/19/2019; Cleveland-Detroit, 6/26/2019; Detroit-Philadelphia, 7/7/2019; New York-Oklahoma City-Philadelphia, 3/25/2021]

2025 second round draft pick to Indiana
Miami's 2025 2nd round pick to Indiana [Indiana-Miami-Phoenix, 7/6/2019]

2026 second round draft pick to Milwaukee or Indiana
Milwaukee will receive the more favorable of Indiana's 2026 2nd round pick and Miami's 2026 2nd round pick and Indiana will receive the less favorable of the two (via Indiana) [Indiana-Miami-Phoenix, 7/6/2019; Indiana-Milwaukee, 7/30/2021]

2027 second round draft pick to Oklahoma City or Utah
Oklahoma City will receive the three most favorable of its 2027 2nd round pick, Houston's 2027 2nd round pick, Indiana's 2027 2nd round pick and Miami's 2027 2nd round pick and Utah will receive the least favorable of the four (via Houston to Detroit) [Detroit-Houston, 11/24/2020; Detroit-Oklahoma City, 3/13/2021; Indiana-Oklahoma City, 11/25/2020; Miami-Oklahoma City, 3/17/2021; Oklahoma City-Utah, 7/30/2021]

2021-2022 Miami Heat Roster Composition

Selected via Draft

Precious Achiuwa was selected as the #20 pick in the First Round of the 2020 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat. Precious Achiuwa signed a multi-year contract with the Miami Heat on November 25, 2020.

Bam Adebayo was selected as the #14 pick in the First Round of the 2017 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat. Bam Adebayo signed a multi-year contract with the Miami Heat on July 1, 2017. Bam Adebayo signed a multi-year extension with the Miami Heat on November 28, 2020.

Tyler Herro was selected as the #13 pick in the First Round of the 2019 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat. Tyler Herro signed a multi-year contract with the Miami Heat on July 10, 2019.

Acquired via Draft Rights Trade

Draft Rights to KZ Okpala, the #2 pick in the Second Round of the 2019 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Miami Heat from the Phoenix Suns on July 6, 2019. KZ Okpala signed a multi-year contract with the Miami Heat on July 7, 2019.

Acquired via Trade

Jimmy Butler was acquired in a sign and trade by the Miami Heat from the Philadelphia Sixers on July 6, 2019.

Goran Dragic was acquired in a trade by the Miami Heat from the Phoenix Suns on February 19, 2015. Goran Dragic re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Miami Heat on July 9, 2015. Goran Dragic re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Miami Heat on November 22, 2020.

2021-2022 Miami Heat Front Office

Staff Member Position Start Season Previous Job
Pat Riley President 2019-2020 Head Coach (Miami Heat, 2005 to 2008)
Nick Arison Chief Executive Officer 2011-2012 Vice President of Basketball Operations (Miami Heat, 2008 to 2011)
Jeff David Chief Revenue Officer 2018-2019 Chief Revenue Officer (Sacramento Kings, 2011 to 2018)
Drew Dorben Chief Technical Officer 2019-2020 N/A
Eric Woolworth President of Business Operations 2001-2002 General Counsel (Miami Heat, 1995 to 2001)
Garrick Amos VP 2019-2020 Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Business Operations (Miami Heat, 2018 to 2019)
Erik Spoelstra Head Coach 2008-2009 Director of Scouting (Miami Heat, 2001 to 2008)
Chris Quinn Assistant Coach, Director of Player Development 2014-2015 N/A
Malik Allen Assistant Coach 2019-2020 Assistant Coach (Minnesota Timberwolves, 2018 to 2019)
Caron Butler Assistant Coach 2020-2021 N/A
Rob Fodor Shooting Coach, Player Development Coach 2018-2019 N/A
Andy Elisburg Senior VP of Basketball Operations, General Manager 2009-2010 Vice President of Basketball Operations (Miami Heat, 1998 to 2009)
Adam Simon VP of Basketball Operations, Assistant General Manager 2013-2014 Director of Player Personnel (Miami Heat, 2010 to 2013)
Keith Askins Director of Scouting 2013-2014 Advance Scout (Miami Heat, 2000 to 2002)
Alonzo Mourning VP of Player Programs 2008-2009 N/A
Akemi Maehama Basketball Operations 2019-2020 N/A
Dan Bisaccio Video Coordinator 2019-2020 Assistant Video Coordinator (Miami Heat, 2018 to 2019)
Randy Embry Scout 1999-2000 N/A
Jack Fitzgerald Scout 2011-2012 N/A
Bob McAdoo Scout 2014-2015 Assistant Coach (Miami Heat, 1995 to 2014)
Bob Staak Scout 2018-2019 Assistant Coach (Memphis Grizzlies, 2000 to 2002)
Glen Rice Scout 2018-2019 N/A
Chad Kammerer Advance Scout 2013-2014 Assistant Coach (Miami Heat, 2008 to 2013)
Jeff Saunders Scouting Coordinator 2020-2021 Scouting Intern (Miami Heat, 2019 to 2020)
Sammy Schulman Chief Financial Officer, Executive VP 1987-1988 N/A
Michael McCullough Chief Marketing Officer, Executive VP 2000-2001 N/A
Raquel Libman Executive VP 2001-2002 N/A
Jarred Diamond Executive VP 2006-2007 Director of Events (Miami Heat, 2004 to 2006)
John Vidalin Executive VP 2013-2014 N/A
Michael Williams Director of Sports Performance 2017-2018 N/A
Eric Amsler Director of Player Personnel 2019-2020 Assistant General Manager (Sioux Falls Skyforce, 2018 to 2019)
Scott Gurka Director of Basketball Administration 2019-2020 N/A
Dave Beyer Director of Basketball Operations 2012-2013 Basketball Operations Assistant (Miami Heat, 2007 to 2012)
Octavio De La Grana Assistant Coach, Player Development Coach 2014-2015 Advance Scout (Miami Heat, 2012 to 2014)
Anthony Carter Director of Player Development, Player Development Coach 2018-2019 Assistant Coach (2016 to 2017)
Eric Glass Player Development Coach 2020-2021 Head Coach (2019 to 2020)
Jay Sabol Head Athletic Trainer 2018-2019 Travel Coordinator (Miami Heat, 2009 to 2018)
Eric Foran Head Strength and Conditioning Coach 2018-2019 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (Miami Heat, 2014 to 2018)
Brandon Gilliam Assistant Athletic Trainer 2014-2015 N/A
Wes Brown Assistant Athletic Trainer 2014-2015 N/A
Armando Rivas Assistant Athletic Trainer 2019-2020 Athletic Trainer (Philadelphia Sixers, 2018 to 2019)
Dr. Allan Herskowitz Team Physician 1988-1989 N/A
Dr. Angelo Thrower Team Physician 1988-1989 N/A
Dr. Edward Neff Team Physician 1988-1989 N/A
Dr. Harlan Selesnick Team Physician 1988-1989 N/A
Dr. Jim Losito Team Physician 1988-1989 N/A
Dr. Richard Mariani Team Physician 1988-1989 N/A
Dr. Marco Leyte-Vidal Team Physician 1997-1998 N/A
Dr. Michael Robinson Team Physician 1997-1998 N/A
Dr. Beatriz Currier Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
Dr. Frank Kronberg Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
Dr. Jacqueline Bradley Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
Dr. Myles Starkman Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
Dr. Omar Issa Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
Dr. Richard Levine Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
Dr. William Trattler Team Physician 2020-2021 N/A
John Crotty Television Analyst 2020-2021 N/A
Ruth Riley Television Analyst, Radio Broadcaster 2020-2021 N/A
Eric Reid Television Play-By-Play 2019-2020 N/A
Mike Inglis Radio Broadcaster 2020-2021 N/A
Ron Rothstein Radio Broadcaster 2020-2021 Assistant Coach (Miami Heat, 2004 to 2014)
Michael Baiamonte Public Address Announcer 2020-2021 N/A
Michael Lissack Director of Media Relations 2015-2016 Assistant Director of Media Relations (Miami Heat, 2014 to 2015)
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