Position: 6-foot-11 forward
Gives Heat a legitimate post presence, a veteran who will defend the paint and a true second option next to Dwyane Wade; Huge upgrade over Joel Anthony and Jamaal Magloire; J.O. is Pat Riley's kind of guy; Ranks fifth in NBA with 1.90 blocks and had nine blocks during recent game against Lakers; J.O.'s expiring contact next summer worth $23 million will help lure a top free agent to South Beach; Would be ironic if that player is Chris Bosh.
Position: 6-foot-8 forward
Days in Toronto numbered once Sam Mitchell was fired; An athletic piece whose basketball IQ is very limited; Moon has a chance to start at small forward; A marginal player whose expiring contract of about $700,000 is peanuts; He'll be expected to defend in Miami and likely will be on the receiving end of many of Wade's alley-oop passes.
Position: 6-foot-7 forward
Toronto gets a much-needed perimeter defender, an athletic body who can guard shooting guards, small forwards and power forwards; Marion averaged 12.0 points in Miami, the lowest since his rookie year in 1999; Expiring contract of $17.8 million comes off the books this summer; Final play as a Heat was a game-winning dunk against Bulls on Thursday.
Position: 6-foot-2 guard
The ultimate backcourt tweener who will play for his fifth team in past six seasons; Much like Joey Graham, Banks is a physical specimen; The guy can shoot and he can handle the ball, but Banks never really has gotten the chance to play consistent minutes; Two years left on deal that pays Banks $4.5 million next season and $4.7 the following year.