7 Most likely Miami Heat to be traded away this offseason

The Heat will have trade discussions about these players.
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4. Terry Rozier

The Heat gave up Kyle Lowry and a 2027 first-round draft pick to get Rozier in late January. They needed a point guard upgrade and jumped at the chance to acquire a strong scorer and playmaker. Unfortunately, Rozier suffered a neck injury in April and missed the Heat’s entire first-round playoff series against the Celtics.

Do not rule out the Heat trying to flip Rozier for an upgrade. He has two years and $51.5 million remaining on his contract. Over the last four seasons combined, Rozier has averaged over 20 points per game and nearly five assists, while being a plus 3-point shooter. He could be a crucial salary-matcher in a blockbuster deal if Riley has one more up his sleeve.

Rozier turned 30 in March and has not played in the playoffs since 2019. Can he translate his production to the postseason? Does Miami get enough stops with Rozier and Herro in the same backcourt to be serious contenders? There are questions, but Riley targeted the veteran point guard to replace Lowry.

Odds favor Terry Rozier staying for his first full season with the Heat, but the futures of these three players are up in the air and could change quickly this summer.