Later today, Heat guard Victor Oladipo posted a video of getting some work in and shots up. Oladipo captioned the video, “Clocked in, the difference is I never clocked out,” with #RevengeTour #SZN10Loading.
Oladipo is also looking to get back to All-Star form after being healthy for the first time in two seasons.
Oladipo averaged 14.5 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 2.9 assists for the Indiana Pacers in 2019-20. The following season, the Pacers, Rockets, and Heat averaged 19.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game. Before he went down with a quadruple wound, he had surgery twice in two and a half years.
In the playoffs with the Heat, he averaged 10.6 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 2.1 assists.
Speaking of the Heat, they finished one game away from the finals, but lost in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Victor Oladipo and Bam Adebayo were at a basketball clinic Thursday at the Rolling Loud Music Festival Hall at Hard Rock Stadium, according to The Sun Sentinel.
“The outside thoughts told Golden State they weren’t going to win last year,” Oladipo said, dismissive of those who have been dismissive of the Heat’s chances. “It don’t matter. Everybody got opinions, man. Opinions is like emotions, everybody got ‘em. Can’t do nothing about ‘em. You just got to focus on yourself and we just focus on the Heat. We’ve always been. That’s how we are.
“Last year, we were the same way. We just focus on us. Can’t really control what people think or say. We can’t control where they rank us or anything like that. I really can’t control what they say about me. I really don’t care anymore. So we just going out there. And we just playing. We’ve going to keep improving and do whatever we can to help us win a championship.”