That will be key for the Heat opening the way for Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro and Bam Adebayo to get easy coverage on drives to the basket. Miami’s offense is slow, predictable and uninspiring. But if Lowry can recapture some of the magic he had during his prime years in Toronto, the Heat can add a much-needed dynamic to his offense. The Bucks are one of the best defensive teams in the league, and if Lowry isn’t a factor, Milwaukee’s best perimeter defender Jrue Holiday can put the clamps on Herro. If Lowry can keep Holiday honest, the Heat might be able to steal a game or two instead of getting swept.