As much as it would pleasure Heat fans, the prospects of a reunion with point guard Goran Dragic in Miami are remote, especially after the team brought back Josh Richardson this summer.
In fact, if Miami abandons its plans to sign a developing player with its 14th, and presumably last, roster space,
there's a better possibility they'll look at former star point guard John Wall rather than Dragic again.
That's according to longtime Heat beat writer Ira Winderman, who responded to a mailbag inquiry about Dragic by pointing out, importantly, that Dragic is a 37-year-old point guard, and the Heat have one.
"For now, it appears that Josh Richardson will serve as point guard behind Kyle Lowry," Winderman said in his article.
"And if Kyle doesn't start, I'm not sure a team can carry both a 37-year-old point guard in Lowry and Dragic in reserve."
If Lowry is dealt, the situation will alter to calculus. In the short term, your best bet may be a waiting game rather than a move to Goran.
Even if the Heat do go for experience, there is still John Wall available." Wall would be an intriguing, though unusual, match for the Heat.