Report: Miami Heat have inquired about Terrence Ross

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The Miami Heat are reportedly interested in adding Orlando Magic guard Terrence Ross before Thursday’s trade deadline.

Ross, 30, is having a stellar 2020-21 season in Orlando, averaging a career-best 16.0 points while playing 29.6 minutes per game.

He’s been a key contributor off the bench for a Magic team that currently sits comfortably outside of the Eastern Conference playoff race with a 14-29 record.

These trade rumors follow previous reports that the Heat are offering Mo Harkless, Avery Bradley and Kendrick Nunn to the Brooklyn Nets for injured guard Spencer Dinwiddie.

The Heat have dropped four straight and are clinging to the No. 6 spot in the East. They have until tomorrow to strike a deal to improve their roster before facing the Portland Trail Blazers.

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Nick is a freelance writer for Heat Nation and devoted NBA fan. Growing up in Detroit, he lived Pistons basketball and to this day remembers the ’06 Dwayne Wade & Shaq Heat team that ended their Eastern Conference reign. With the Pistons far away from being title contenders, he adopted the Heat as his 2020 bubble team and was not disappointed. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in journalism and currently resides in Los Angeles.