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Miami Heat in the Draft

Bosterito
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Miami Heat in the Draft

Alright, Im from Miami, so I know their woes. Jermaine O'Neal isnt getting enough rebounds (around 5 a game) and they have SF trouble. Any ideas for trade-ups in the draft?


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doesn't have a pick until round 2 pick 43 i think. So if they can't get into the 1st round without giving up some of there young talent. Their only hope would be that Derrick Brown fell to them or maybe grab Danny Green to add some versatility at the 3

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How about trading both 2nd

How about trading both 2nd round draft picks and Haslem for a 1st round draft pick of some sort?

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Udonis would be a good trade for teams looking to unload cap space for the big 2010 free agent market and with 7.1 million coming off the books and teams trying to save money I could see Detroit jumping on a deal like that

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Well, Detroit is the 15th pick, so I guess that they can get BJ Mullens, and put O'Neal in the PF position. I dont think thats that bad.

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SF woes depend on if the decide Beasley is a 3 or 4, if he is a four which I believe he is, they would clear Haslem for him, and there is no way Mullens starts no matter what team he goes on, the guy is 2-3 years away from being a good back-up.

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