The Miami Heat finalized yet another free-agent signing today, though this one will fly under the radar in comparison to one of the team's last ones.
And even more recently, the Heat re-signed Udonis Haslem and added James' former teammate, Zydrunas Ilgauskas.
All of these moves were done in order to build a decent team around the three superstars, rather than having a bunch of average guys surrounding the trio.
And today the Heat added another free agent in guard Mike Miller. Miller joins the team from the Washington Wizards.
For Miller, he escapes one Southeast Division team for another. But the difference is much larger than that.
Known as a reliable shooter with a nice three-point shot, Miller was expected to team up with Gilbert Arenas and Co. last season and jump-start the Wizards back into playoff contention following their dismal 2008-09 season.
At least that is what everyone thought.
What happened, though, was an entirely different story.
Arenas ended up in major legal trouble after his whole gun incident, and the Wiz ended up trading Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison.
And just like that, a team that was expected to contend in the East was blown to shreds and headed for the bottom of the conference.
Of course, the Wizards then landed No. 1 draft pick John Wall. But the Wiz are still in rebuilding mode and don't really have a need for Miller with Wall, Arenas returning, and Kirk Hinrich arriving to Washington via trade.
So Miller navigated the free-agent market.
And surprise! He hit the jackpot with the Heat. He now joins a team favored to win it all next season.
He should fit in nicely and be a solid role player.
Not too bad, huh?