A: Welcome to the playoffs, when you do what is needed, when it is needed, with whoever is needed. As it turned out, Eric Spoelstra said that Andre Iguodala was not available for Thursday in the second half due to back pain, which is hardly unusual for a 36-year-old, so that was it. But, yes, you’re right, Kelly Olynyk played 12:41, Kendrick Nunn 7:23, Derrick Jones Jr. 8:29 and Iguodala 7:23. So the bench was basically 32:09 for Tyler Herro, which made a rotation of six people. But you can do that with a six-day break before the previous series and a seven-day break before this series. And now, after the Heat go through Saturday’s Game 3, there will be a three-day break before Game 4, so the schedule allows access with rotation as low as possible. Spoelstra recognized Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebay, Goran Dragic, Duncan Robinson, Jae Crowder and Herro among his top six, and the wheels are rolling. Each of those six played at least 32 minutes on Thursday night.