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

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7. James Johnson

James Johnson Miami Heat

Sometimes keeping your own players is a good idea, as Riley has stated himself. James Johnson is 30 years old, but he showed promise in several games last year. His best games came late in the season, scoring 26 against the Washington Wizards and 22 to go along with 10 rebounds against the Raptors. Johnson averaged around 14 points and five rebounds after the All-Star break last season and may be a placeholder for a draft pick like T.J. Leaf from the UCLA Bruins, but his fit on this team makes him a valuable free agent for the Heat.

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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.