One of them, which has been reportedly discussed, is moving back in this year’s draft to the second round. Imaginably and though not a great separation in value, trading a first-rounder could net them multiple second-round picks.
That would be great, as nobody excels more at finding talent late or that is undervalued than the Miami Heat.
With that though, here is a name that might be an interesting one to keep an eye on.
That would be Hyunjung Lee of Davidson. A 6-8 shooter at 210 pounds, could he be the next great Miami Heat gem?
Well, he certainly could be. Here is what The Athletic’s (subscription required) Sam Vecenie had to say on the prospect in his piece on the top 100 NBA draft prospects for this year.
"He was first-team All-Atlantic 10 in 2021-22 and was one of two players in college basketball as a sophomore to go 50-40-90 while averaging at least 10 points. Great size for a pure floor spacer at 6-foot-8. If you’re drafting a guy for shooting, you want them to be this big. Indeed, Lee has a case as the best pure catch-and-shoot guy in this draft."
That’s not all though. It gets better.