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Report: Miami Heat is shopping for a point guard

By Cindy Boren

Know what the Miami Heat could use? Besides a little publicity?

A point guard. The defense has played well, limiting the first three opponents to an average of 88 points a game for the 2-1 Heat, but ESPN's Ric Bucher reports that Pat Riley is in the market for a point guard to jump start the offense with Mike Miller out until January.

According to Bucher: "Two different team executives said they expect the Heat to dangle $3 million and second-year PG Mario Chalmers to a lottery-bound team looking to shed the long-term contract of a mid-priced spot-up shooting PG. Riley's objective is to find another shooter to space the floor, a la B.J. Armstrong or John Paxson in their Chicago days playing alongside Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen."

By Cindy Boren  | October 31, 2010; 12:27 PM ET
Categories:  NBA  
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I thought that was Steve Blake??

Posted by: cynical1 | October 31, 2010 5:07 PM | Report abuse

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