3 Star Players To Monitor As Potential Miami Heat Targets

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Many did not want to give the Miami Heat credit for making the 2020 NBA Finals in the NBA Bubble and while they struggled last season, the Heat have come back stronger than ever this year. 

Currently 44-23, the Heat hold the best record in the Eastern Conference with just 15 games left on their schedule and they have cemented themselves as the “team to beat” in the East this season. 

Perhaps the most impressive thing about the Heat this season is not the fact that they are a very well-balanced two-way team, but the fact that they have sustained success on the floor without their stars. 

Without Jimmy Butler, the Heat are 13-8, without Kyle Lowry, the Heat are 11-6, and without Bam Adebayo, the Heat are 17-8. 

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Many teams struggle without their star players, but because of their depth and the way their roster was constructed, the Heat have found a ton of success all year long and have the NBA Finals on their mind yet again. 

Whether or not the Heat play for a title, one thing we do know is that team president Pat Riley and Miami’s front-office are going to be “big game hunting” in the offseason. 

Miami has made a name for themselves over the years by going after multiple All-Star talents at once and Riley is always looking for ways to set his team up for the most success possible. 

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Adding another star to the team they currently have would result in the Heat having to pay a ton of luxury taxes, but they are more than willing to do so in order to potentially win a title. 

There will not be many All-Star talents available this upcoming offseason, but here are three star players to monitor as potential targets for the Miami Heat. 

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Brett Siegel joined NBA Analysis Network as an NBA Insider and Journalist in 2020 after previously working with Louisville Basketball and FanSided covering the NBA. He was a member of our staff until April 2022.