Hypothetical In-Season Trades for the Miami Heat in 2012-13

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Hypothetical In-Season Trades for the Miami Heat in 2012-13
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Pat Riley is not known for making blockbuster trades. He prefers to make his mark wheeling and dealing through free agency (See James, LeBron; Bosh, Chris).

The chances of Riley pulling the trigger on a major deal are slim to none.

The last time the Miami Heat made an in-season trade was in January 2010, when Chris Quinn, a 2012 second-round pick and cash were sent to the New Jersey Nets for a 2010 top-50 protected second-round pick.

Still, it’s still fun throw out hypothetical scenarios.

The following are three possibilities Riley could consider should he feel the need to mix up his roster during the year.

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