After all the smoke screens the Miami Heat put up about possibly trading their pick or their "secret" workout of O.J. Mayo, the Heat did exactly what they were supposed to do and took the best player available and perhaps the best overall player in the draft, Michael Beasley of Kansas State. The Timberwolves followed by taking Mayo.
Sure, now the Heat have themselves three capable starting power forwards and no point guards, but they also have three very flexible players. Shawn Marion and Beasley can both create matchup problems at small forward because they are that good with the ball on the wings and Udonis Haslem can possibly play some at the five. The Heat will figure something out, but they now have a much richer roster.
As far as their point guard situation goes, the Heat have some options on the free agent market. Jamaal Tinsley probably doesn't make anybody particularly excited in Miami, but he'd fit in well in Miami as a solid distributor who would provide a link between Wade in the back court and Marion and Beasley up front with some decent scoring ability of his own.
Minnesota will now likely look to move Randy Foye from point guard to shooting guard, with Mayo running the point. He'll be starting right out of the box and will be a candidate for around seven assists and some decent scoring. With Mayo, Foye and Al Jefferson as their core, the Timberwolves should start to see some real results in the next two years.