Heat star Dwyane Wade has told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that his goal for the team next season is to finish with one of the Eastern Conference's top-four records.
Wade, the NBA's second-leading scorer this season, added that he'd be fine without having to score 30 points a night in order to keep Miami in contention.
"Everyone wants to be the man, quote, unquote," he said. "Now is thirty points, is that something I want to do every year? Not really. The main thing is continue to get your team better.
"We have one of the best presidents in the game, going out and finding the right guys."