10 Free Agents Miami Heat Could Be Looking to Target This Offseason

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8. Paul Millsap

Paul Millsap Miami Heat

Paul Millsap flies under the radar. Playing for the Atlanta Hawks, Millsap doesn’t get much national recognition. All he does is play, game in, game out. This past season, Millsap averaged over 18.2 points and 7.7 rebounds per game. A true power forward, he could provide an additional defensive presence. He’s older at 32, and the Hawks likely won’t let him leave without a fight, but Millsap is an interesting player to watch this offseason. As a bonus, the Heat would be weakening a division rival. Win-win. However, Atlanta has the cap space and is unlikely to let Millsap go without a fight.

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Chuck is a freelance writer, writing for HeatNation.com as well as other non-NBA websites. A transplanted Floridian, Chuck is a Heat fan, but as a former agent he is particularly tuned in to the business aspect of the NBA. He certainly looks forward with anticipation as Pat Riley goes to work to build another championship-caliber basketball team.