5 Players The Miami Heat Need To Trade This Offseason

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5. Zoran Dragic

Zoran Dragic Miami Heat

A spot-up shooter, who connected on just 3-of-9 shots from behind the three-point line, the 25-year-old younger brother of Goran appears to have little value to the Heat after playing a minuscule 62 minutes last season.

Dragic played two unimpressive seasons in Spain’s Liga ACB and averaged 7.7 points per game while shooting three-pointers at a woeful 29 percent clip. Although he will have limited trade value, Miami should not sacrifice a roster spot just to appease his older brother.

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Marvin Moore is a native Texan who is a self-confessed sports junkie. He is an avid Dallas Cowboys' fan who coached baseball in Switzerland for six seasons and lived in the basketball-crazed Philippines for 15 years. In college he served stints as sports editor and editor-in-chief of the Bethel University student newspaper, and has also written for Rant Sports. His favorite NBA players are LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Tim Duncan, and he is stoked to be a contributor to Heat Nation.