Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz is a potential addition for the Heat. Mitchell, drafted 13th overall in the 2017 NBA Draft, is a three-time All-Star and a rising star. The Jazz have made the playoffs each of his past five seasons as their coach.

Despite great hopes each year, the Jazz’s championship dreams have failed to materialize. In 2021, they were the top seed but lost in the Western Conference playoffs to the Los Angeles Clippers in six games.

During the series, Mitchell averaged a playoff-best 36.3 points per game, along with 4.9 assists and 5.0 rebounds. His dissatisfaction with the group has subsequently been stated, and he may leave this summer.

Miami Heat would be willing to trade Tyler Herro

The Miami Heat would be willing to give up various players in order to get a third bonafide star to play alongside Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, respectively. Tyler Herro, Max Strus, Duncan Robinson, P.J. Tucker, Omer Yurtseven, and a trio of first-round selections in 2022, 2024, and 2027 will be traded for Mitchell by the Heat, according to Walden.

“League sources regularly mention New York’s main offseason focus is to improve at the point guard position, but acquiring Utah’s other All-Star, Donovan Mitchell, remains highly unlikely.

Plus, there’s healthy skepticism around the NBA that New York’s best offer for Mitchell would trump other teams’ pursuits, such as a potential package from Miami that would theoretically center around Tyler Herro plus other salary and multiple first-round picks,” Fischer continued.