Miami-Herald: Lebron, Bosh, and All the Rest After reading some of Mike Wallace's reports from the Miami Herald as well as some other Heat-related articles, let's round up some of the options the Heat has to look forward to. The talk from the Miami Heat "insiders" is that Miami has 2 items on their to-do list for the upcoming offseason.
- 1.) Re-Sign the franchise (aka Dwyane Wade)
- 2.) Find a way to get LeBron James to don the Black and Red.
"…It’s a $7 million swing. That’s nothing to sneeze at."Some see Dorell Wright as the best bet as he has a $2.9 million salary and if he could be moved it would eliminate the tax burden. Wright has played very well and provided a nice offensive spark off the bench in recent games so that leaves other low salary players (and recent bench warmers) such as Daequan Cook, Carlos Arroyo, and Jamaal Magloire as bait for possible deals. The team would like to move James Jones, who has gone from playoff starter to inactive in a matter of months, but the three years remaining on his deal make it difficult. Pat Riley may have to give up a draft pick or cash in order to make any deal a possibility, it depends on the deal and how bad the organization wants the wins. With roughly a month until the trade deadline, the waiting game continues…. Until then, continue to check back here at Hot Hot Hoops for the latest on any Heat moves. Which players or what would you like to see the Heat try and do?