The Miami Heat haven't made many monumental trades throughout the past two decades of the franchises existence, but they have made the right deals and that's what has usually counted in the end.
The team could attribute all of their success to trades since their key players in the late-1990's, the championship runs in the mid-2000's, and even the team today were all brought to the Heat via trades. Aside from Dwyane Wade, the Heat have found each and every one of their All-Star caliber players by acquiring them as part of a trade.
Miami has also built teams from trades, including the 2006 championship team that was built on a deal that involved five teams and 13 players. The deal was made a few months after the teams supporting cast failed to help lead the Heat to their first championship appearance where Dwyane Wade was hampered by an injury in game six and seven of the Conference Finals. Miami knew moves had to be made and they were able to secure a title a year later because of it.
For over 20 years, the Heat have always somehow been able to make the right moves. Here are ten of the greatest deals that they have made since the franchise has been around.