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Free Agency Update: Is Andray Blatche An Option For The Miami Heat?
The Miami Heat have two roster spots open and only minimum salaries to offer; you would expect the field to fill those spots isn’t going to be worthwhile.
However, that hasn’t been the case. There are several names out there that have proven to be significant role players in their careers, including current free agent and former Washington Wizard Andray Blatche.
The 6’11″, 235-pound forward has basically been ignored for the majority of the offseason and has reportedly heard little to no interest from any organization, including the Wizards team he spent seven years with.
That may have changed. ESPN’s Marc Stein tweeted that the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat have shown exploratory interest in Blatche.
Both would serve good homes to Blatche with the Spurs looking for an option outside of DeJuan Blair and the Heat always being in need of someone who could take up time at the four or five positions.
The Spurs have the advantage in terms of expenditure, but the Heat have the advantage of being the 2012 NBA champions.
Pat Riley has announced that he thinks the team’s small-ball is their new identity, which also explains why he said he believes the team can persist without a center.
Still, there is always need for size.
Although LeBron James showed how well he could replace Chris Bosh in rebounding, it’s asking too much from James when he should be focusing on other areas.
Outside of Bosh and Udonis Haslem, the Heat don’t have too many reliable rebounders: Joel Anthony is more famed for his defense than his rebounding and Dexter Pittman can’t seem to stay out of foul trouble.
by John FrielHeat
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