MIAMI (AP) — Pat Riley has a trip to his California home awaiting, followed by a vacation with his wife.
He can now relax a little.
The 2017-18 Miami Heat are going to look a lot like the 2016-17 Miami Heat, and the team president is just fine with that arrangement. Riley said Monday he thinks bringing back now-former free agents Dion Waiters and James Johnson and signing them to four-year deals, combined with the surprise addition of Kelly Olynyk, gives Miami a real shot at picking up where it left off last season.
The way he sees it, now it’s up to those signees to deliver on promises.
“I think in training camp, they have to look at it with great foresight for the future — but also they have to back up their…