Iman Shumpert (R)
Cleveland’s going to have their hands full bringing back LeBron and Kevin Love. Maybe Iman shakes loose? Only a 34% three-point shooter, but an excellent defender that would make for the perfect backup to Wade the Heat desperately need.
Diminutive point guard that can get really hot really quick. Having one of the best seasons of his career with Chicago, averaging 11.6 points on 42% shooting and 3.1 assists, and is hitting 39% from three. Defense is a problem, as is his finishing ability at only 51%.
Runs an excellent pick-and-roll and does a great job at finding his teammates. Shooting career-high 37% on threes this year, while averaging 15.7 points and 6.4 assists per 36 minutes. Would make for an excellent backup to Dragic. 60% finisher at the rim. Not bad for someone playing on this Lakers roster.
A great shooter and not much else, but that shouldn’t be an issue to the Heat. He’s shooting 37% from three this year and 38% over his six-year career. Averaging career-high 10 points per game thanks to playing fill-in role for Kobe Bryant.
Would be perfect for Heat, but would be difficult to see him leaving San Antonio. Extremely underrated defender that also happens to shoot 42% from three in his career. Has shot better than 41% from three in past four years.
Has fallen off the map since leaving the Spurs. After shooting better than 35% from three in each of his first four years, he’s shooting 31% this year in stints with Charlotte and Minnesota. That could be good for Heat, though, as he could come cheap. Stunningly bad finishing at the rim converting 36% this year.
Having an unbelievable year shooting the ball. He’s a 31% career three-point shooter, but is hovering around 40% this season to go along with 12.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3 assists per game. He’d make for an excellent backup, but might be too expensive after excellent year.
Former Heat draft pick has been bouncing around the league, playing for four different teams in past two years. Has been awful in 9 games with Phoenix (2-for-19 from three), but was hitting 42% of his threes earlier in the year with Boston. He’s a 36% career three-point shooter. Should come cheap after finishing overpaid contract.
Undersized for a shooting guard at only 6-2, but makes up for it with great isolation play. He’s having a career-year coming off of Toronto’s bench, averaging a career-high 15.3 points per game (22 points per 36 minutes), and is shooting 34% from three. He should be a priority.
Would be ideal for Heat. Solid shooter, 37% from three for his career, and a freak athlete that would make fastbreaks with Goran even more fun than they already are. Has fallen off a little after breakout 2013-14 year with Phoenix when he averaged 15.8 points and shot 40% from three.
Bring him home! Minutes in Portland have dipped to only 12 MPG this year, so it shouldn’t be that difficult to pry him away. 38% three-point shooter that would give the Heat a serious spot-up threat. Not versatile at all, though. He’s a spot-up shooter and that’s it.
Would be a quality replacement for Udonis. Excellent mid-range threat, shooting 46% in the 18-24 foot range, that can power to the rim. Averaging 10.7 points on 51% shooting to go along with 4.8 rebounds per.
Would be surprising to see him leave Atlanta, but would definitely be worth going after if Luol Deng doesn’t return. Excellent defender with great lateral quickness that can shoot the ball well, hitting nearly 40% of his 4.3 three-point attempts per game this year.
The 5th pick of the 2012 draft has already played for four different teams. Has played well in 19 games with Philadelphia, averaging 8.7 rebounds and 7.6 in only 18 minutes per game. Great athlete that just turned 24-years-old. Would be a solid third-string power forward behind McRoberts and Bosh.
Bring him along with Dorell Wright and you’ll have the 2008-09 Heat but with more experience. Hasn’t been able to receive consistent minutes in Detroit and Boston. Pick-and-roll defense would be hugely appreciated in Miami, as would his shot-blocking prowess backing-up Hassan. Miami hasn’t won a title since he left. COINCIDENCE?
True 7-footer that can score reasonably well around the rim. Solid rebounder averaging 5.2 boards per, 11.2 per 36 minutes, with Memphis. Could shake loose with Memphis likely to invest all their interest in free agent Marc Gasol.