4 steps to a perfect offseason for the Miami Heat

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3. Trade for LaMarcus Aldridge

If the Heat are looking to make a trade, LaMarcus Aldridge makes sense. The San Antonio Spurs are looking to get younger and a 35-year-old forward does not fit in.

Aldridge is entering the final year of his deal where he is owed $24 million. The Heat were one of the teams that pursued Aldridge in free agency back in 2015 so there is an attraction.

Miami has forwards who can shoot from the outside and score down low. Aldridge would fit right in. He would provide a scoring boost to the second unit. The Spurs would likely require some draft capital in this deal, but there is an outline there.

San Antonio likes players like Andre Iguodala and Kelly Olynyk, but in their current state, draft picks could get the deal done.

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