You have to do it!

And that means you need to make some big moves in order to have any chance of winning the game!

Well, we’ve got you covered on this week’s NBA offseason moves.

We’ve got a couple of hot moves for you to enjoy as we kick off the season.

First, the biggest move of the offseason.

You’ve probably heard of the move from the Miami Dolphins to acquire Brandin Cooks from the Green Bay Packers.

Well, it’s not as if the move hasn’t happened before.

The Dolphins were just about to trade up to get Cooks, but were unable to find enough cap space to sign him to a deal, so they traded the top overall pick to the Packers for the No. 13 pick.

So what does this move mean for the rest of the NBA offseason?

Well, Cooks was an excellent addition to the Green and Golds team, but the deal will likely result in some roster changes.

That being said, this move will also result in a return to the top spot for the Heat.

With that being said: If you’ve never been to the Miami Heat’s locker room before, you’ve likely never seen it this hot before.

So make sure you grab a towel and take a shower first.

You can watch the whole workout below.

The workout will take place at the Heat’s gym in South Beach.

The Heat have not been able to find a way to bring Cooks back, and the only reason he’s on their roster right now is because he’s one of the best players in the league.

With his ability to score at will, it is hard to see why he can’t be a contributor this season.

As a former college basketball player, Cook will have plenty of experience playing in the NBA.

He has played in the top four leagues in the world and he’s been part of the teams championship run in 2013 and 2016.

But it will be interesting to see how he fits into Miami’s offense this season, especially if he plays on the perimeter.

He’ll need to add a lot of size to his frame if he wants to make it into the league as a big man.

But if he can get to the NBA at all, he’s going to be one of those guys who can make the Heat an extremely tough team to play against.

He’s a great defender, and he can run the floor for stretches, but he can also pass for some solid points.

He can do it all.