The Miami Heat are in the midst of a strong 2021-22 regular season, but there’s a chance their roster could be shaken up in the NBA offseason.
Perhaps the top name to watch at the moment is Duncan Robinson, who signed a five-year, $90 million contract extension last offseason. He began the season slowly but has since raised his 3-point percentage back up to 37.1 and is shooting 43.6 percent since the All-Star break.
Tyler Herro will soon be due for a new deal and after the Kyle Lowry signing, there isn’t much room to pay for all of their current talents if avoiding luxury tax payments is the goal.
For a team seeking a dynamic catch-and-shoot threat, Robinson would be an intriguing option to consider. It’s not easy to find motion shooting threats that are accustomed to converting under tight pressure.
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Robinson often draws two defenders and gets the defense out of rotation when involved in DHOs or off-ball screening actions. For a team that needs a shooter who commands legitimate gravity off-the-ball, there are few who do it quite like him.
Let’s take a look at three possible trade destinations for Duncan Robinson if the Miami Heat were to look to move in the upcoming NBA offseason.