NBA free agency has officially started. Teams are now able to present propositions to the many players available, but cannot sign them until July 11th.
The Miami Heat, despite winning the NBA championship over the Oklahoma City Thunder, are looking to improve an already stellar roster this offseason. One particular scenario that has ignited debate is the possibility of shooting guard Ray Allen coming to South Beach.
While he would be a positive addition to the rotation, Allen would not slide in as easily as another player the Heat are interested in.
Jason Terry, also known for his shooting, has not only been rumored to being pursued by Miami, but has publicly stated he would be interested in joining the team as well. Heat President Pat Riley and the rest of team management would be wise to select the Jet over Allen, for the following reasons.