The 2010-11 NBA season was a roller coaster ride for the Miami Heat as the team started the season very slow, and then played the way most experts predicted down the stretch, but then lost in the finals to the Dallas Mavericks. Most of the blame in the playoffs went on Chris Bosh, who had a mediocre series on both ends of the court and since that time he has been speculated in many trades.
The latest rumor has the Heat's big man being traded to the Utah Jazz in a four player deal that would also send Mike Miller to Utah, and in exchange, Miami would get Al Jefferson and Devon Harris.
Jefferson has also been on the wrong side of the fans and management in Utah and a deal would give both players a fresh start. Harris would give the Heat a quality point guard and Miller would add some depth to the Jazz.
This deal would also work under the current salary cap restrictions and for Bosh, it would take the pressure off his shoulders and his game could return to the form he showed in Toronto. Miami will be looking to make some changes to their roster before the next NBA season, and getting a consistent big man would be a great step for the Heat who are looking to win an NBA Championship.