Miami Heat Could Re-Sign Familiar Face

He's been chasing a ring for eons now, and has been on four different teams in two years since leaving the Miami Heat. Now, according to reports, 15-year veteran Goran Dragic could be looking at a reunion in South Beach.

According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, "There have been conversations between the Heat and the representation for free agent guard Goran Dragic, who would welcome a return to the team."

The 37-year-old hasn't made an impact off any team's bench in the last couple of years, and a reunion with the Heat would at least bring him back to the scene of his best seasons in the NBA. In seven years in Miami, he averaged 16.2 points and 5.2 assists. But since then, he's been limited to bit roles at the back end of rotations, averaging about six points and 2.6 assists. 

Dragic finished last season with a 7-game stint with the Milwaukee Bucks, though he played only seven minutes over two games in the playoffs. 

The Heat are still hoping to bring in superstar point guard Damian Lillard from the Portland Trail Blazers this offseason, and whether or not aging point guard Kyle Lowry is sent out in a deal could determine whether there's room for Dragic to return.

A decision on whether to bring in Dragic likely wouldn't come until later in the summer, according to Jackson.

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