Who the Miami Heat Should Sign to Fill out Their Roster

July 10th, 2010 by Kevin Levine Leave a reply »
Did you know that the Miami Heat just re-signed their All-Star Dwyane Wade and traded a few draft picks to Toronto and Cleveland in exchange for two more All-Stars in LeBron James and Chris Bosh? In society nowadays, you cannot be sure that everyone knows everything that's going on.

Now that Miami got their grand prizes (Bosh and LeBron for about $18.3 million per year and Wade for $17.8 million per year), Pat Riley's next challenge is to sign several more players to near-minimum contracts to fill out their "championship-caliber" roster.

I am going to predict the Heat's final roster on Day One of the 2010-2011 NBA season.



Mario Chalmers (starting point guard; under contract and has no reason to leave Miami)

Derek Fisher (backup point guard; reportedly going to have a meeting with Pat Riley about potentially joining the Heat)

Kenny Hasbrouck (third point guard; rookie out of Siena who is under contract)



Dwyane Wade (starting shooting guard; second-best player in Miami now, but he is still the primary scoring op ...

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