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September 30, 2019
The Miami Heat have been among the most active teams in the trade market this offseason and with good reason. The acquisition of Jimmy Butler changed the franchise’s timeline, and the front-office is feeling pressure to compete now, even if they have to sacrifice their future to do so.
Consequently, Justise Winslow and a number of other young players are rumored to be on the block as Miami looks for potential trade targets. Nothing has been in the works so far, just rumors and gossip. (READ MORE) by Nico Martinez | Fadeaway World
The successful acquisition of Jimmy Butler in the 2019 NBA free agency has undeniably put the Miami Heat in a win-now mode. However, in order to have a legitimate chance to fully dominate the Eastern Conference and contend for the NBA championship title in the 2019-20 NBA season, the Heat should highly prioritize adding at least one more legitimate NBA superstar to their roster. (READ MORE) by JB Baruelo | Inquistr
The Miami Heat lost out in the Russell Westbrook sweepstake, which may be a blessing in disguise. An aging, athletically-dependent point guard signed to a monster deal over the next four seasons, doesn’t seem like a great bet.
With Westbrook out of the picture, Chris Paul is rumored as the next possible option. Well Miami, could the Raptors interest you in a point guard of similar ability at a $90 million smaller commitment? His name is Kyle Lowry. (READ MORE) by Mike Bossetti | Raptors Raptures