A: Heat have certainly come together over the years, from Steve Smith through Dwyane Wade to Michael Beasley, over and over again. And unlike Justise Winslow, who seemingly questioned her role on leaving, Josh Richardson left on the best terms and would surely be embraced upon his return. The difference is that there were times when Josh had to be No. 2 Heat, in terms of scoring and shooting. That would certainly not be the case with a return to the current list. But there are many factors with players beyond nostalgia. First, it would come down to what the 76ers are looking for, and the Heat lacks capital. Would Kendrick Nunn be enough as a centerpiece of the store? Then there’s Josh’s contract, which has a player option of $ 11.6 million for 2021-22. Even if he opted for that option, it would be around $ 16 million. So, as with so much speculation about the future of the Heat, it comes down to whether 2021 is a free agency (Read: Giannis Antetokounmpo) an irresistible priority.