NBA Trade Deadline 2023 – What will the Miami Heat do?

With the NBA Trade Deadline fast approaching, the leaders of the 30 franchises are busy making the necessary moves before February 9th. Of course, every team’s situation is different, and that’s why we wanted to create a specific deadline document with the franchise. Presentation issues, issues to watch, intentions in the transfer market… we tell you everything. Miami Heat on the menu today.


As we know, the godfather Patoche is not the most fond of big moves in recent history. This is arguably one of the reasons why the Heat have been known for years as a model of stability and control in the NBA media landscape. A strategy that can be described as paying off as it allowed the current group to reach the NBA Finals in 2020 despite not having a player in the top 5 of the league.

Who says there’s no blockbuster, but that doesn’t mean there’s a complete lack of regulation. Like every year, we’re setting no limits on the South Beach side. Floridians for now They are sixth in the Eastern Conference with 28 wins and 22 losses. We know Miami can be a pain for any playoff opponent. So we can be sure that every little move that could improve the team in the transfer market will be carefully studied by Pat Riley. ANY CHANCE, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Heat board looked at the 4th position file for a very difficult and bad soldier at the deadline.


The name of the first candidate has been announced Dewayne Dedmon. In a group where players generally make relatively few waves, a dunk by the Spurs or Falcons got people talking about him … swinging a massage gun on the floor during a fight with coach Erik Spoelstra. Coincidence or not, the 33-year-old interior almost didn’t play after this episode and could have. persona non grata in South Beach.

A special and interesting event, he Kyle Lowry. The Florida franchise has already explained that it does not want to part with the former Raptor. Considering what will be said in the next section, we have the right to doubt the sincerity of the Miami com service. At nearly 37 years old, Cal’s stats and percentages are falling from season to season. Additionally, several franchises interested in an experienced point guard such as the Wolves or Clippers would be in the news. Time for the 2019 champion to leave soon?

Two other names have also returned to rumors in Booba’s hometown. No one will be surprised to learn that the Heat won’t be unhappy about letting go of a tough contract. Duncan Robinson. In addition, Caleb Martin is a solid contributor to the 4th position highly regarded by his team. However, Cody’s twin is often claimed by franchises that value Uncle Pat players. But that’s another story that we can develop in the next installment.


And then there are the people. It was so crowded, you’d almost believe that Miami’s often stormy traditional Spring Break for US students had begun in early 2023.

The Heat are looking to replace the experienced but aging Kyle Lowry at point guard. here is one Fred VanVleet and one D’Angelo Russell the rumored savages. Both can be free agents this summer (VanVleet won’t be able to activate his 23-pot player option for 2023-24). The Florida franchise would be well-advised to make a trade at the deadline if it wants to reinstate one of the two, given that Rick Ross and DJ Khaled have more blind spots than their jewelry boxes combined.

Does Godfather Patoche consider an upgrade over Caleb Martin at #4? gentlemen Jae Crowder, Jarred Vanderbilt, Kyle Kuzma, John Collins and Bojan Bogdanovic is required at reception. When it comes to moving into the category above compared to friend Caleb, we are served. Be careful not to be too stingy though, butter and oil can’t be cheap. The latest news is that Miami’s front office isn’t really too hot to part ways with Martin to acquire one of their targets at the No. 4 position.

We’re here at an all-you-can-eat buffet to condense the racket behind Bam Adebayo. Kelly Olynyk, Nerlens Noel, Naz Reid, Serge Ibaka or Jakob Poeltl (well, we get the impression that everyone wants it) would be noted.

Otherwise, don’t be surprised in the category of outside role players, which is always useful to face in the playoffs. Josh Hart, Cam Reddish Where Malik Beasley arriving in Pitbull City in the next few days.

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