Pat Riley said that the Miami Heat offseason will largely focus on taking care of players on the current roster.
"We have a good idea of what we want to do ... We know what our priorities are. It is to take care of the players that we have, that we have to make decisions on almost immediately.
"We know Bam [Adebayo] has a decision to make and we do with him. We know the guys that have sacrificed for us that we really like, our free agents, especially Goran [Dragic]," said Riley on Friday.
Adebayo is eligible for an extension this offseason.
Kelly Olynyk has a player option for $12 million, while Dragic, Meyers Leonard, Jae Crowder, Solomon Hill and Derrick Jones Jr. are all free agents.
Jones has been linked with the Pistons, Bulls, and the Hawks.
The Heat are also reportedly "preparing to go all in" on signing Giannis Antetokounmpo next offseason.
Riley added that the Heat's strategy will remain "fluid" as they receive more information from the league about next season's schedule.
"I just think we need to remain fluid. Once we get all the numbers and we get everything down, we get the schedule, we know when the dates are, and what the rules are in everything, once we get all of that, we're going to remain fluid.