He spent his two weeks on the bench studying Spoelstra’s adjustments to the offense and envisioning how he might fit. When he got the opportunity to jump in, he was highly receptive to teammates’ direction. “I sensed a different kind of focus about doing his job,” one Heat veteran said. Another added, “He listened. He was more open than usual, and I think that’s good. If you’re communicating, that makes our job easier and hopefully we’re gonna move forward like that.”