The Miami Heat might be living great times right now, leading the 2023 Eastern Conference Finals 2-0 over the Boston Celtics, but the Heat can still make some moves in the offseason to keep getting better.
An interesting trade idea was shared recently, placing Zach LaVine in Miami and sending Tyler Herro to Chicago.
“The Bulls need top-shelf assets, and a LaVine trade is their best bet to find them,” Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report wrote. “This is as good as any package Chicago could hope to land. Tyler Herro has serious centerpiece potential. He has averaged at least 20 points, five rebounds and four assists in each of the past two seasons, and he just turned 23 in January. Tack on Nikola Jovic (last summer’s No. 27 pick) and two first-round picks (one this summer, one in 2027 or beyond), and that’s a big enough return to justify taking on the remainder of Duncan Robinson’s deal.”