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It might not happen, but it should.
Miami can get better at the point guard position. Carlos Arroyo has played superb, shooting an incredible 51 percent from three.
The problem lies within his backup, Mario Chalmers, the only other point guard on the roster. Chalmers has no basketball I.Q. He doesn't know when to push the ball and never puts the ball where his teammates need it, when they need it.
His only role offensively is purely as a spot-up shooter, where he is average, because of his inability to finish anywhere within the three-point line.
Defensively his best weapon is tackling the dribbler because he can't keep anyone in front of him. Anyone who says different clearly hasn't watched this kid as closely as I have.
Although he might not have value on his own, the Heat can dangle their injury exception for Haslem along with Chalmers for a point guard like Luke Ridnour, Daniel Gibson, or Keyon Dooling.
Some team will be looking to dump a contract and the Heat should bite on the opportunity if it arises.