Heat coach Spoelstra talks title defense, Big Three, Riley and more
Philosophically, we do things differently than the way we have in the past, and yet we still are a power paint team. ... We still try to develop a game that is predicated on going inside out. We do that with our pace and our space and our post-ups. As for the pace of the game, hopefully we get some opportunities in transition, where we feel we're one of the more explosive teams. The spacing opens up some alleys to drive. And then in the post-up game, we still post arguably as much as some of the old Miami Heat teams, but we do it inverted, with our perimeter players rather than a conventional center.