The Miami Heat have had a first-round exit by the Milwaukee Bucks and are a team looking to reposition their roster this off-season.
A potential destination for the franchise? New Orleans star Brandon Ingram, whose fit next to Zion is becoming increasingly dubious.
“A potential Heat retail target this off-season would be a Brandon Ingram who recently signed a contract extension, last year’s Most Improved Player, and a player who is having trouble with Stan. would have [Van Gundy], and I’ve also heard that it is not a long-term fit for Zion [Williamson]“Said Ethan Skolnick. “I’ve heard this from a few different socialmediagossips. Not that there is a personality conflict, but it just doesn’t fit perfectly. “
Ingram isn’t exactly a superstar-level player, but he’s the type who could help Miami get back to the NBA finals.
As 1x All-Star and 2020 Most Improved Player, he achieved an average of 23.8 points per game with 46% shooting for the Pelicans this season.
In Miami, alongside Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, it could be the piece they need to get over the hump. As a proven goalscorer and quality scorer, his offensive skills could fit well into this squad.
Even so, Miami will have to give up something to get it, and it remains to be seen if they’re willing to pay the price.