The Miami Heat has made a “due-diligence check-in” with two free agents recently: Dorell Wright, who is playing in China, and recently cut Sixers guard Tony Wroten, according to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson.
Wright showed interest in Miami during the summer but the team never made an offer. Currently playing for the Beikong Fly Dragons in China, he isn’t available to NBA teams until mid-February. The 30-year-old wing should be appealing to Miami because of his shooting (37% career 3FG) and experience. He had four consecutive seasons (2010-2013) where he shot over 40 percent on corner 3s.
Wroten has less appeal because of his dreadful accuracy from the perimeter, where he has a career three-point percentage of 23 percent.