How Miami Heat's 2020 NBA Finals run gives Detroit Pistons rebuild a blueprint

Regardless of how the 2020 NBA Finals play out, this season will be a massive success for the Miami Heat.Last summer’s sign-and-trade for a star in Jimmy Butler, along with a breakout season from Bam Adebayo and surprising performances from a number of role players, has allowed them to surpass preseason expectations and become the lowest-seeded Finals team since the New York Knicks qualified as an eighth seed in 1999 — a strike-shortened season.The Detroit Pistons have taken note. In broad strokes, the Heat have accomplished many of the things Pistons brass has preached this offseason as the o…

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