Goran Dragic has already been mentioned in trade rumors, and it's quite reasonable to think that will continue over the next few weeks.
His opinion on all that is clear: He wants to stay in Miami for a long time.
And the way he's playing now, the Heat probably aren't eager to lose their point guard.
In a season filled with problems for the Heat, this is at least a nice problem to have. Dragic's stock may be rising on that trade market, in concert with him getting more and more comfortable being a leader in Miami. He had 32 points Thursday in Miami's 99-95 win over Dallas, shooting 11 for 15 and knocking down all four of his 3-point tries.