ESPN front office insider offers cautionary warning to Heat and a potential solution

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ESPN front office insider offers cautionary warning to Heat and a potential solution
ESPN front office insider offers cautionary warning to Heat and a potential solution

Bobby Marks, ESPN's front office insider and the Nets' former assistant general manager, offered a cautionary warning on Thursday about the Heat's hope to seize on 2020 cap space to upgrade its roster. The Heat is already well above this coming season's $109 million cap, with a payroll that will top $135 million if Miami utilizes its first-round draft pick and doesn't trim salary. But the Heat is projected to have more than $35 million in cap space in 2020, and team president Pat Riley has said Miami is eyeing that summer to make a significant move, while not ruling out something significant this summer through trades. “The likelihood is you are probably going to punt on the offseason because

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