NBA trade market has Heat focused on Plan A

But alternatives (Turner, Collins, Barnes) exist

Kyrie Irving: Heat interest is believed to be nominal, if existent at all, for the mercurial Brooklyn guard. (Photo: Pixabay)

Three weeks into the process, the NBA free-agent list not only mostly has been picked clean, but the best of what remains comes with strings attached, from the felony domestic-violence charges against Miles Bridges, to the August court date for Montrezl Harrell regarding the three pounds of marijuana seized from his car, to Collin Sexton standing as a restricted free agent on a market with little remaining cap cash.

Instead, the focus has shifted to the trade market, where the Miami Heat’s attention primarily stood since the start of the offseason personnel period.

But even that element has hit a standstill, as the league tries to get a read on where the Brooklyn Nets stand with reportedly disgruntled forward Kevin Durant.

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