Miami Heat Trade Value Rankings

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May 15, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Clippers forward Danny Granger (33) shoots against Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams (12) in game six of the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Staples Center. The Oklahoma City Thunder won 104-98. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

$2 Million a Year Club

9. Udonis Haslem

He is worth a little more than whatever Evan Turner is worth, since Turner’s value went down after he was traded to the Pacers. I know this doesn’t really make sense anymore, but it’s what I’m going with as long as both of those players are in the league. At this rate, I don’t know who will be out of it first.

10. Danny Granger

Of everyone on this list, Granger has the best opportunity to climb the highest this season. Getting paid pennies ($4 million over two years), Granger can supply a versatile offensive punch should he be healthy enough.

Granger quietly played well for the Clippers last season. His Per 36’s were his best since 2012, and averaged 8 points in 16.2 minutes per game in 12 appearances last season. He also shot his best field-goal percentage since his All-Star season in 2009 (42.9 percent) and 35.3 percent from beyond the arc (his best since 2012).

Granger could potentially be the fourth or fifth best offensive player on the Heat. Or, he could be so injured that he hardly sees the court.