Look out, NBA. Erik Spoelstra successfully revved up the Miami Heat's offense. He said Tuesday you haven't seen anything yet. After the Heat played at a faster pace in their championship run than in previous seasons, going from 21st in the NBA in pace to 14th in 2011-12, Spoelstra said on the debut of the Jorge Sedano Show on WQAM that he is hopeful of pushing the tempo further this coming season. "I hope to play faster," he said. "We turned it up a gear last year and I think we have the personnel to hopefully go even faster. And I think with a normal training camp and a full season, we can build that habit a little bit more." The Heat's move to more of a transition game came in the wake of an NBA lockout that cancelled the team's summer program.