“It’s been very frustrating for everybody,” he said of the Heat’s season at the halfway mark. “It’s been very frustrating that we haven’t been able to overcome the adversities that we have faced — and they are not excuses, they are adversities.”
Though he’s been disappointed by their performance as of late, he understands the big picture and is realistic about what they can accomplish this season.
Though he’s not interested in making moves for the sake of change, he’s willing to listen to offers to help improve the team now.
“If there’s something that makes sense that we can do that could really help us, then we would consider it,” Riley said. “But we’re not about to give up assets that we don’t have — and that we need — to make a lateral move out of desperation and to take what I think is a playoff team to make the playoffs.”
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