When Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra takes the court again, it won’t be for a practice session

The Miami Heat are back on the court, but it won’ be with a new, more experienced coach.

Spoelstrop is taking his first look at the team during pregame shootaround before Monday’s game against the Indiana Pacers at AmericanAirlines Arena.

He’ll return to his role as the Heat’ basketball operations head coach, but his role will be more focused on the team’s offense.

“There are two teams that we’ve got to beat tonight, and we’re going to be aggressive,” Spoelstrap said.

“That means we have to score and we have that ability to run and play offense.

We’re not going to score on every possession. “

We’re going in there knowing that we’re a good team in the paint.

We’re not going to score on every possession.

We want to create turnovers.

We don’t want to let them score on us.”

He said he wants the Heat to be “a team that plays offense” and not “just shoot the ball” as the Pacers have done in recent years.

Spoeltop is a former head coach of the Orlando Magic, who have gone on to win seven championships in 10 seasons.

But after leading the Magic to the NBA Finals in 2011, he was fired.

“He was fired from the Orlando franchise.

And he had a lot of bad years, a lot,” Spoeltops former teammate and current Miami Heat guard Shane Battier said of Spoelthop.

“It was really hard to have that type of career in front of you.”

Spoelts first head coaching job came in 2007 with the Toronto Raptors, when he was hired as a player development assistant.

“I think we had the same mentality,” Spoels former Raptors teammate and now Heat coach Dwyane Wade said of their transition to a team with an offense.

Wade said he thinks Spoels new role with the Heat “should be a pretty good experience for him.”

He’s going do a lot for this team.” “

When he’s here, he can teach you a lot about how to play basketball and how to coach.

He’s going do a lot for this team.”

Spoels first coaching stint came with the Miami Heat, who were eliminated from the playoffs in the first round of the 2010-11 season after falling to the Phoenix Suns.

The team’s struggles continued in 2012, as they lost all five of their first nine games.

“In the first year, he came in and had a pretty solid experience,” Wade said.

“(He) brought a lot, a very professional demeanor to the team.

He was a good mentor to our younger guys, so he was really a good fit for this roster.”

He was fired as a coach of his own in 2014, but was retained as a consultant for the Miami Dolphins last season.

Spoels new role has brought a wealth of experience.

“This is an incredible opportunity,” Wade added.

“To have Erik as a part of this is a really good feeling for us.

He coached for a lot more years in the league than I did in my time, and I’ve had a chance to play against him, so I know him a lot. “

Erik has a great track record in the NBA.

He coached for a lot more years in the league than I did in my time, and I’ve had a chance to play against him, so I know him a lot.

He knows his guys well, so we’re very excited about this.”

Wade said Spoel’s coaching style should help the Heat’s offense “just play to the level that we can.

It’s going get us in the playoffs.”