Miami Heat: 10 Veterans Who May Sign for League Minimum for Chance at a Title

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Miami Heat: 10 Veterans Who May Sign for League Minimum for Chance at a Title
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Unless you lived in a cave somewhere for the past few months, you are well aware that the Miami Heat are not the current reigning NBA champions. This past NBA season is considered to many residents of South Florida as a complete and utter failure, due to the fact that their beloved Heat couldn't pull out a win in the final games that mattered. There is much hope beyond the horizon, however, and, barring a complete season-cancelling lockout, the Heat could be back with a vengeance. 

Miami's core talent consists of the "big three" of LeBron, Wade and Bosh—but, as the entire world was witness to this past year, they cannot do it alone. Dallas won the championship because of Dirk (obviously), solid role players, and an all-around balanced team that was determined to become champions. 

Next season, the Heat are hoping to avenge their finals loss and become the champions they believe they can be. It's not just D-Wade and LeBron who believe this is their year to shine, there is also a number of veteran free agents looking to re-sign and get another shot at a title. 

It never hurts to have a solid veteran presence in the locker room, but are these players the right choice for the Heat? Who should stay and who should be forgotten? Let's explore which veteran players the Heat will likely re-sign for their possible last shot at a ring. 

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