As the Heat look to add depth and versatility to their lineup, Aldridge can help in a number of ways.
Despite his declining body, he’s a steady shooter and very capable veteran who knows his role. This season, at 35-years-old, he’s averaging 13.7 points and 4.5 rebounds on 46% shooting in 25 minutes.
In a roster full of gritty, selfless players, Aldridge could thrive as a go-to option off the bench behind Kelly Olynyk and Bam Adebayo.
But would it be enough to put this team back on track? After such a slow start, it seems like the Heat could use anything and anyone as a spark right now — and they could do a whole lot worse than a 14-year veteran and 5x All-NBA player.