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

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4. Chris Paul

Chris Paul Los Angeles Clippers

It will likely never happen. But imagine. 18.7 points per game, 9.9 assists and just 2.4 turnovers for his career, while handling the ball. The Clippers will likely do everything in their power to retain Paul, but Riley has to at least kick the tires here. Paul is a generational talent, and even though he is 32 years old, shows no signs of slowing down. He played 61 games, averaging 31.5 minutes last season. It is possible that Paul is tired of playing for the Clippers. Here’s hoping Riley secretly will chase a “whale” in free agency.

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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.