3 Desperate trades the Heat could still make to salvage offseason

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Miami gets: Ayo Dosunmu, Jevon Carter, Onuralp Bitim
Chicago gets: Duncan Robinson

The Bulls need 3-point shooting and adding Duncan Robinson would give them an elite floor spacer who can play on the perimeter next to Coby White, Josh Giddey and Patrick Williams.

Meanwhile, the Heat could use this deal to add depth and create cap space (nearly $6 million after waiving Bitim's non-guaranteed contract).

Carter is a solid backup point guard but it’s Dosunmu who stands as a potential prize. The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor recently called the 24-year-old defensive guard a “hidden gem.”

“Dosunmu is an extremely versatile 6-foot-5 defender who plays with great effort, and on offense he’s a willing cutter and screener who makes over 60 percent of his shots at the rim,” O’Connor wrote. “He can play an inverted role sort of like Bruce Brown did for Denver and both White and Holiday do for Boston. But this season in Chicago, Dosunmu also made over 40 percent of his 3s. Finally, his touch from the line and near the rim is translating beyond the arc. At just 24 years old, he’s not yet in his prime either.”