The Miami Heat are looking at ways they can bring back the Big 3 — specifically LeBron James — and now that free agency is officially underway they will be looking at all outlets possible to try and improve the roster in anyway they can.
Bringing back the Big 3 is something that the Heat want to do but many don’t know if they’re going to be able to do. But when it comes to those in the know about the plans Miami has, there isn’t much doubt about how the Big 3 situation will end up in South Beach.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, NBA executives around the league are convinced that Miami will be bringing back the Big 3 this summer with relative ease if the roster improves.
Among top-level NBA executives and agents, there remains a strong belief that Miami will convince its key players to return on new deals. Within the suitors for James, there’s an increased pessimism they’ll never get a serious chance to engage James in free-agent meetings and presentations, sources told Yahoo Sports. His agent Rich Paul told teams he will accept their calls beginning after midnight on Tuesday, but there’s no sense the formal meetings will be scheduled in the near future, sources said.
The only player that the Heat really care about is LeBron James and all they need to do is show half an effort to get the roster in order. Pat Riley sort of coasted through last offseason and while there needs to be some sort of effort put in, the roster doesn’t need to be maxed out with All-Star starting talent to convince the Big 3 to come back, there just needs to be some sort of improvement over last year.