The Miami Heat are trying to win a third NBA title in as many years and they’re finding it to be a much harder task than they though it would be. But while the focus at the moment is on Game 5 Sunday night, the front office is looking ahead at ways this team can stay competitive for a long time to come.
One way to ensure this is to draft well and that’s what the Heat are trying to do by looking at top prospects they think will be available when they go on the clock late in the first round.
Kyle Anderson from UCLA is a player on the Heat’s radar and he seems like he could be a great fit for Miami should he be available for the Heat.
After his impressive workout for Pat Riley & the Heat on Wednesday, @KyleAnderson5 works out for Utah tomorrow.
— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) June 12, 2014
Anderson is a massive 6-foot-9 point forward who would be able to pick up and learn from Chris Bosh while also using his skills as a point guard to help add a dynamic aspect to that area of the roster.
There’s no saying he’ll be there for the Heat, but they seem to be no doubt interested in him if he is.