8. Tyler Herro
Just like Kyle Lowry, Tyler Herro could be a player that the Miami Heat try to move if they were to pursue Kyrie Irving. The Heat pursuing Irving seems like something that wouldn't happen, but getting off of Herro's contract could be attractive for Miami as it is a bit too high.
They would be gaining another big contract in Irving, but he is considerably better than Herro and would form an elite big three with Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo.
Last season for Miami, Herro averaged 20.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 0.8 steals per game. Herro is a dynamic scorer that would immediately start next to Luka Doncic in Dallas, and his shooting would be a magnificent weapon for Dallas.
Herro is a career 38.3 percent 3-point shooter on 6.5 attempts per game. He would get tons of open looks in Dallas, and his ability to be a complimentary scorer rather than a ball dominant guard could be something that Dallas looks for if they look to move Irving.
Herro's defense is something that could be concerning for Dallas, but Irving isn't a great defender either. Herro could potentially more effectively guard bigger guards than Irving could, and provide some veratility at the two guard spot.
Once again, a move with Miami seems unlikely, but it doesn't seem like they are the happiest with Herro's contract and he'd be a great fit in Dallas if they can move Tim Hardaway Jr. too while they are at it.
This would turn this trade into a massive one, but maybe they could work it out.