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Heat, Clippers, Hornets Eye Arron Afflalo

The Heat, Clippers and Hornets have all discussed Arron Afflalo as the Nuggets field numerous trade calls on Afflalo and Wilson Chandler, reports Ramona Shelburne of (Twitter link). Afflalo has a player option for next season worth $7.36MM and was rumored to be interested in hitting the open market.

The Clippers were in discussions with the Celtics about acquiring shooting guard Austin Rivers. The team seems interested in adding depth at the guard position and there’s no word yet whether one move would exclude the other.

Charlotte has been linked to Afflalo since last season when he was a member of the Magic. The Hornets have won five games in a row and find themselves just two games behind the Nets for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference.

Miami is already in position to make the playoffs but would most likely need to add reinforcements if the team is to make any sort of deep postseason run. Mario Chalmers ($4.0MM) or Chris Andersen ($5.38MM)  seem like candidates to be in a trade for Afflalo based on their salaries, although that is just my speculation.

Afflalo is having a rough season so far. He is averaging 15.5 points per game and his player efficiency rating is down to 12.75. However, based on his past history, he should have plenty of interest from teams as the trade deadline approaches.

Chris Crouse contributed to this post

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2 thoughts on “Heat, Clippers, Hornets Eye Arron Afflalo

  1. Z....

    I havent watched him this year, but I know what Afflalo is capable of defensively, from a few years ago, and obviously as a scorer. He would be a good fit for the Heat, as we need a wing player. That being said, who/what assets would we have to give up in a deal for him, especially considering the money? I’ve also always been a fan of Wilson Chandler, but his injury history is troubling, and he hasnt been able to show the consistency that I thought he would over the last few years, and he also has a couple of years still remaining on his contract…

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