He's had games like that this season where is doesn't necessarily score a whole lot, but he'll have a good floor game... meaning he'll stick his hand in there for rebounds, get some solid assist, and play decent defense. Where he's struggled is being consistent at making shots.
And according to Tom Haberstroh at ESPN, Drogic is actually a part of the Heats most dominant lineup alongside Wade, Whiteside, Winslow, and Deng. The only lineup in the NBA more dominant is Golden State's "Death Lineup" (Iggy, Barnes, Clay, Draymond, and Steph).
I think the disconnect here is people are expecting Dragic to be a dominant force like he was in PHX. But the way this team is built, you're gonna have multiple guys step up. This teams strength is it's depth.
Take last night for example. The highest scorer had 16 points and the team still won easily by double digits. Lets look at history. Back in 2010, the Heat's defense was way more advanced than their offense coming into the season. It took a while for the offense to catch up to their defense. Fast forward to today, the same thing. Right now the Heat are a top rated defense anchored by Whiteside, and are clearly a middle of the pack offensive team.
I fully expect the Heat, and to a lesser extent Dragic, to get better on the offensive end as the season goes on. We have yet to see our main guys click offensively at the same time. We only had glimpses from game to game.
But nevertheless, a great home stand by the Heat. Whiteside vs. Drummond will be