The Miami Heat could consider trading away Mario Chalmers or Chris Andersen this NBA offseason, and James Ennis to be the final roster. Read on for more details.
According to SWR, the Miami Heat could consider a trade deal with Mario Chalmers this offseason, as they are impressed with the performance of Josh Richardson in the preseason. In addition, the team is impressed with Rookie Justise Winslow.
It seems that the Heat has been considering to trade Chalmers this summer in order to reduce their luxury tax bill. However, it was a failure, as the team could not find a suitable deal.
Hassan Whiteside would be the starting center in the regular season. Even though the player was unfortunate to get on the court in the preseason due to his calf injury, it is expected that he would play a key role this NBA season.
The Heat is excited as they have some good news. Dwyane Wade is returning back healthy. In addition, Chris Bosh, who has been suffering from blood clot issue, will also be returning soon. Goran Dragic is also ready for the new season after his successful training camp with his new team.
Moreover, NBA rumors of the source suggested that that James Ennis is trying to become the opening-night roster of the Miami Heat. James Ennis revealed that his issue with his knee was the primary reason for his disappointing performance during the summer league, according to a report from ROTOWORLD. The player feels much better now to impress the coaches of the team. Rumors also suggested that the Heat could consider trading Chris Andersen.
If the Miami Heat could not successfully trade away Mario Chalmers or Chris Andersen during this offseason, it seems that James Ennis could be in trouble of not making the team’s final roster.
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