NBA Trade Rumors: Chris Kaman to the Heat Must Happen

February 18th, 2012 by Justin Welton Leave a reply »
I have been calling for the Miami Heat to sign at least one more big man down low to help solidify a possible NBA title. They haven’t pulled the trigger yet, but given how well Chris Kaman of the New Orleans Hornets is playing, they need to do it sooner rather than later because his value is increasing by the game.

According to Chris Tomasson of FOX Sports, Miami is hoping to land Kaman. The Heat signing the 29-year-old center must happen to help with their frontcourt issues.

Kaman was an 18.5 point scorer and 9.2 rebounds per game player back in 2009-10 with the Los Angeles Clippers. In 2007-08, Kaman averaged 15.7 points and 12.7 rebounds in 56 games played.

He has a proven track record that would be much more serviceable than a Joel Przybilla, another big man who has been in the discussion for the Heat.

Kaman is a talented center who is 7'0" tall—you won’t find players like this available at this time of the year. Of course, the problem is his durability, but the Heat would be foolish not to attempt to solidify their depth at center by signing the big man.

He gives the Heat everything th ...

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