The Miami Heat remain focused on their efforts to trade for either Kevin Durant or Donovan Mitchell with the team prioritizing the former over the latter.

If the Heat are successful in trading for either player, it almost certainly would require trading Tyler Herro.

Herro is eligible for an extension and his market is unclear though it could require a max or near max contract.

If the Heat don't include Herro in a trade this offseason, there is optimism that they will come to terms on an extension with him by the deadline. 

"They always seem to pay their guys,'" one assistant general manager said.