Pat Riley is not planning on major changes to the Miami Heat roster before next season, and hopes to bring at least the majority of the club that captured this season's NBA title.
Riley says next year will be ''a greater challenge'' for the Heat, who have won the last two NBA titles and will be entering a new season this fall that could be a prelude for LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh opting to become free agents in the summer of 2014.
Riley says the team will monitor free agency, but that it wants Chris Andersen and Ray Allen to return to the club next season. Andersen was in Miami's facility working out on Wednesday, less than a week after the Heat won Game 7 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs.
Riley also says he will remain with the Heat as long as he's wanted.