The Miami Heat might have been the biggest winners of the NBA trade deadline. As their roster continues to evolve, their chances of making another deep playoff run continues to increase.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sacramento Kings traded forward Nemanja Bjelica to the Miami Heat for forwards Moe Harkless and Chris Silva on Thursday.
Both Silva and Harkless have only appeared in 11 games for the Heat this season respectively. Bjelica on the other hand has played in 26 games this season with the Kings, scoring in double-digits in eight occasions (including a 25-point outburst against the Heat on Feb. 18.
A six-year veteran, Bjelica is a career .388 percent shooter from deep.