Goran Dragic is a load-bearing beam that keeps the Miami Heat's house standing tall. Despite a seemingly never-ending number of changes happening around him, Dragic has been a team mainstay since 2015, when he was traded to the Heat from the Phoenix Suns. Last season, Dragic was pegged to lead the team after Dwyane Wade became a free agent and went on to sign with the Chicago Bulls. The duo's reunion and a better-functioning team elevated the Heat to the sixth seed in the playoffs this year, and Dragic's steady play and incredible work ethic paid off in another big way: He made his first NBA All-Star team this year. His average points per game declined from 20 last season to 17 this year, but that's partly because he's become a facilitator for other Heat scorers who have emerged this season. Dragic's ability to put his ego aside and fill the role that's needed from him at any given moment is his greatest strength and an asset to the team.