Miami Heat forward Josh McRoberts has played as a "stretch-4" for most of his career, but when he gets on the floor this season, there is a good chance head coach Erik Spoelstra will use him as a backup center.
"I'm sure I'll play mostly five," McRoberts tells the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. "I think that's kind of the way the league's going at this point."
"I'll play any position," McRoberts said. "But it doesn't really matter. But I think I most probably see myself playing the five, still playing a similar style, but I think more that's the way the game is now."
McRoberts signed with the Heat back in July, 2014, and since that time, he's dealt with a bunch of injuries, which has limited him to just 59 appearances out of 164 regular-season games. McRoberts will be signed through next season, if he picks up his 2017-18 player option in June.
--- Nick Silva