A: Actually, I would look at it through different lens, considering Meyers Leonard offered only a nominal contribution as a Game 2 starter with Bam Adebayo out, and since Derrick Jones Jr. was not deemed a necessary rotation player Friday night, utilized for only 14 seconds. There was a point this season when it appeared the Heat would attempt, and prefer, to retain both in free agency, particularly if they were amenable to one-year deals. Now that doesn’t look to be the case. Anything beyond a nominal offer to Meyers would appear unlikely, and based on being put in the deep freeze so often this postseason, one has to wonder if Derrick won’t have eyes elsewhere. Seemingly the only way those two outlooks would change would be if Kelly Olynyk opts out (unlikely) or if Jae Crowder moves on in free agency (which certainly is possible, if the desire is for a multiyear contract). Granted, Olynyk played very well Friday, but Leonard saw only 9:11 of action.