If Chalmers somehow makes it to training camp with the Heat, he would be the obvious choice to back up Dragic. But Miami appears intent on trying to purge the final year of his contract; his $4.3 million salary could result in a tax bill three times that amount, depending on the Heat’s final payroll number. The Heat has time to move Chalmers, because a team’s tax bill is based on the roster on the final day of the regular season, an NBA spokesman said. But Miami appears interested in moving as soon as it can find a suitable deal, according to a league official who has spoken to the Heat.
February 11, 2016 | 1:23 pm EST Update
February 11, 2016 | 12:45 pm EST Update
The Hawks are not actively trying to trade Teague, according to people familiar with the situation. However, it’s the trade deadline and they will listen to any and all offers. Teague is one of the big names being mentioned for several reasons.