If JaVale McGee, Andray Blatche, and Nick Young are your core, the lack of veterans isn't the problem with your rebuilding. Your core is.
Haslem returns, with Birdman running on empty. This is where another big (McGee, Blatche?) could help.
Beasley brings Heat’s roster to 15, which means for now, no Andray Blatche.
If the Sixers do in fact claim Thomas Robinson, the Nets may go back to considering other available bigs (such as Andray Blatche).
Heat still mulling what to do, if anything, with open roster spot. Thomas Robinson, Blatche, Beasley, others will be discussed.
Miami was reportedly interested in signing Andray Blatche earlier in the season. Now, with Chris Bosh out, I'd imagine they'll look at him.
... Blatche, Rashard Lewis also available. Backup PF Shawne Williams dealt to N.O... Heat adding veteran swingman Henry (once Bill) Walker.
Don't be surprised if Heat sign Andray Blatche for the stretch run if they have an open roster spot.
Just foolishly looking ahead, but Larry Sanders, Blatche and possibly JaVale McGee (buyout?) could be available for Heat to replace Bird.
EB rights gives Nets the ability to go over cap to re-sign Blatche. But could be massive tax implications on team already looking to cut $.
Not sure what “lucrative” means for Blatche in China, but the Nets still own Blatche’s Early Bird rights since he left the NBA.
Andray Blatche’s final stats in China: 31.1 points, 14.6 rebounds, 5.1 assists, 2.8 steals, 4 turnovers per game on .629-.372-.777 shooting.
The Nets strongly, and publicly, opposed bringing back Andray Blatche in the offseason. Would be quite a turn of events.
Andray Blatche is currently averaging 30.4 ppg and 14.9 rpg in the Chinese League. Could be a free agent in February.
Andray Blatche lives in Miami in the offseason. The entire Filipino national team traveled there to meet & practice with him.
Trouble there, of course, is that Blatche will be with his team in China through at least February. Heat need a big sooner rather than later
Heard while in Miami: Heat have Andray Blatche in their sights after Josh Smith wound up choosing Houston to team up with pal Dwight Howard