Miami Heat Roundtable: Whatever It Takes To Get Donovan Mitchell?

Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) tries to shoot the ball over Miami Heat center Dewayne Dedmon (21)(Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports)
Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) tries to shoot the ball over Miami Heat center Dewayne Dedmon (21)(Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat shakes hands with Donovan Mitchell #45 of the Utah Jazz after the game(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /

Miami Heat Roundtable: Whatever It Takes To Get Donovan Mitchell – Noah’s Take

Donovan Mitchell’s name has been linked to the Miami Heat for a while now. Whether it is because of the Dwyane Wade comparisons or because Mitchell has great respect for the organization, it seems like only a matter of time before he actually becomes a member of the Heat.

Noah’s Take (@ndeckerbuckets)

With the Utah Jazz having another disappointing postseason run, that time might come sooner rather than later. Things are trending towards a split-up of Mitchell and his co-star, Rudy Gobert.

If the Heat were to have any chance at acquiring Donovan Mitchell, he would have to request a trade. Even though that would give Miami some leverage, they would still have to concoct a huge package to strike a deal with the Jazz.

Donovan Mitchell is one of my favorite players in the league and I absolutely want him on the Miami Heat. Everyone should want him.

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I consider him to be a top-15 player in the NBA. Imagine what a player of his caliber could add to a Heat team that was one win away from a Finals appearance this season?

Spida would fit right in with the Heat’s commitment to effort and defense. The gift that he could provide that would help them the most is his shooting and scoring ability.

Mitchell is already a premier scorer in the NBA and does a lot of damage from long range. At only 25 years old, he already ranks third in the most points scored in an NBA playoff game with 57.

Mitchell’s electric scoring and ability to space the floor could be just what Miami needs after lacking offense for some playoff stretches. The sky’s the limit for the young Jazz guard.

If he works on his efficiency, he could become one of the most unguardable players in the league. Mitchell would be a great third star to add to the Heat.

You hope Pat Riley can work some more magic to add this player to the team.