This Heat-Rockets Trade Lands Christian Wood In Miami

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The Miami Heat are the best team in the Eastern Conference. Despite all the injuries they have dealt with this season, they are chugging along steadily and look like they will be a force to be reckoned with once the NBA playoffs roll around.

Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo have both missed time this year, but players all over the roster have stepped up in their absence.

Tyler Herro has been the main one, and he has a shot to be an All-Star this year, but there have been a ton of other contributors, too.

Omer Yurtseven, Max Strus, Gabe Vincent, and more have all outplayed their current contracts. In fact, all three of those guys are playing on minimum contracts for the Heat right now – a testament to the brilliance of Miami’s front office.

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Even their two-way player, Caleb Martin, has been phenomenal for the Heat. All that being said, teams can always get better, and there’s one guy that has been continuously connected to the Heat ahead of the trade deadline.

Christian Wood has been involved in a ton of trade rumors over the past couple of years. This season is no different, and he’s been connected to the Heat. What sort of package could the Heat offer to the Rockets in exchange for Wood?

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