5 Trades the Miami Heat Should Already Be Thinking About

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5 Trades the Miami Heat Should Already Be Thinking About

The Miami Heat have played excellently to begin the 2012-13 season and remain the NBA's championship favorite.

However, this team has been far from perfect and it would benefit their title chances if they made trades to address their problem areas, such as rebounding and point guard play.

The Heat don't have a ton of trading chips, at least ones they would be willing to part with; their best players who could realistically be traded are Udonis Haslem and Mike Miller. I've been on record saying that the Heat shouldn't trade Haslem due to his toughness and rebounding ability, but I do think it makes sense to make Miller available. 

So let's get to it and take a look at five trades (that work for the trade partners financially) the Heat should consider, some of the bigger variety with Miller involved and even some small-scale deals that would also improve the team. 

Note: Stats are current as of games played prior to Nov. 28

Also of Note: Terel Harris, Josh Harrellson, Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis cannot be traded until December due to them recently signing their contracts

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