The Miami Heat have not started their Eastern Conference title defense off on the right foot. Those of South Beach They occupy the twelfth position of the Eastern Conference and, from their own staff, they attribute this dynamic to the lack of unity and collective cohesion.
It is not surprising then that that aroma of movements or transfers begins to fly over the organization before the market deadline. Much has been said in recent months about a hypothetical interest in Bradley Beal and Victor Oladipo, although a new actor It has been glued in Miami rumors.
The journalist from Bleacher Report Jake Fischer has reported that the Heat’s offices would have Kyle Lowry in their sights. The current Raptors point guard, who turns 35 in March, is expiring and its future could be far from Canadian lands.
From the same media they point out that Goran Dragic would be one of the main assets of the operation. In addition, he suggests that in Toronto they would also demand another piece of greater youth like Tyler Herro or Duncan Robinson. The Heat did not seem willing to make any imminent moves this course but the poor results obtained could lead Pat Riley to close an operation
Despite his age, Lowry maintains a strong lineup in the NBA and is one of the most complete and intelligent point guards in the Eastern Conference. The exchange for Dragic would be positive, but in Miami they would have to assess whether, when older, it is worth adding another player like Herro with great potential to develop.
However, this report does not suggest any imminent movement, although it is not the first time that Lowry’s situation has been closely followed by Miami.
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