Guard Kyle Lowry of the Miami Heat has been the focus of numerous trade rumors and scenarios.
A source has made the most recent recommendation. In a recent article, he suggested that the Heat trade Kelly Oubre and Terry Rozier from the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for Lowry. Additionally, the Heat would forfeit Omer Yurtseven and rookie Nikola Jovic.
According to Buckley, the Heat may be looking to make a significant move if they have identified issues that it cannot resolve internally. Even while they lack the trade chips to pursue a star, converting their assets into proven players like Rozier and Oubre may still be a game-changer.
Moving Lowry could help the Heat improve from their 4-7 start to the season, even though it probably won’t put them on par with the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics.
According to Buckley, Rozier is a far better shot-creator and a much more dangerous scoring threat than Lowry at this point in their careers. “While Lowry has generally been the better setter of the table, that gap may be closing, even if it isn’t. The Heat may rely more heavily on Butler and Bam Adebayo for passing because they recognize the potential importance of Rozier’s scoring,” according to the article.