- American Airlines Arena
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Miami Heat forward Kelly Olynyk (knee) remains out for Monday's preseason game against the Atlanta Hawks. Olynyk has not been through a full practice yet and won't be cleared to play until he's able to do that. The Heat are hopeful to have Olynyk ready for opening day, but we'll see if that happens. Otherwise, Derrick Jones will get increased usage and minutes in the rotation.
Miami Heat forward Kelly Olynyk (knee) won't suit up for Tuesday's preseason contest against the San Antonio Spurs. Olynyk is dealing with a right knee bone bruise that he suffered in August. He's been limited since then, but the Heat haven't given much of a timetable yet. He could be looking at missing the beginning of the regular season, but it shouldn't cost him more than a few games, hopefully. More information should be known in a few days.
Miami Heat guard Goran Dragic (rest) was given the day off on Thursday to rest. Dragic played just 36 games last season, so it's not surprising to see the team being careful with him. Dragic had right knee surgery in December, but he appears to be fine and ready to play. The veteran point guard should be ready for the regular season opener. The Heat will give him rest days throughout the year, but Dragic will still hold standard league fantasy value.
Miami Heat shooting guard Kendrick Nunn found his offensive rhythm during Tuesdays Summer League victory over the Sacramento Kings, dropping 27 points, with 20 coming in the second half. Nunn was on the floor for 36 minutes, and shot 9-for-20 from the floor overall, including 4-for-8 from three. While he did commit six fouls, he piled up five rebounds, three assists and two steals, attempting to play his way onto a Miami roster that could have some openings heading into 2019-20. Nunns most notable action last season came as a member of the Warriors G League affiliate.
Miami Heat small forward Duncan Robinson is going to attempt to shoot his way onto an NBA roster in 2019-20. Unfortunately for Robinson, his shot wasnt falling during Tuesdays Summer League win over the Sacramento Kings, as he finished 2-for-11 from behind the arc. But he did finish with 10 points, six rebounds and six assists, as the Heat appear confident in deploying the sharpshooter a significant minutes total. Robinson appeared in 15 games (one start) with Miami last season, although he shot an uncharacteristic 28.6 percent (10-for-35) from long range. He looks to earn more regular-season looks through his summer performance.