Aside from Jimmy Butler, the Miami Heat are reportedly interested in working out a deal to add Bradleay Beal, John Wall and another Sixers guard.

The Miami Heat already closed a huge deal after adding All Star Jimmy Butler on a four-year, $142 million max deal via sign-and-trade with the Philadelphia 76ers. However, the team apparently looks to seal two more deals in an attempt to place co-stars who can go along well with Butler.

According to Bleacher Report, the Heat are reportedly "engaged" in trade talks with Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal. The Wizards have already told Beal that they will not involve the All Star in any trade deals this offseason but reports claim that Miami "loves" the idea of adding Beal to their roster and may attempt to work things out to take the 26-year-old guard.

Rumor has it that Miami is also interested in taking on Wizards superstar John Wall’s contract as well.

Beal and Wall would be another major move the Heat could make. However, the team is apparently already dealing with salary-cap issues and are currently searching for a third team to take part in the facilitation of the Butler sign-and-trade deal.

In addition to this, Goran Dragic's stay with the Heat is reportedly unstable at this point as the team looks to consummate their sign-and-trade with the Sixers for Butler. Should the possibility of Dragic moving out happen, the Heat will have no experienced point guard on their roster which would make the dream of signing Wall a perfect scenario. But again, cap space issues could hinder the Wall deal.

John Wall
John Wall believes the Washington Wizards should be considered among the elite in the East. In this picture, Wall #2 of the Wizards celebrates after scoring against the Toronto Raptors in the first half during Game Four of Round One of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC., April 22, 2018. Rob Carr/Getty Images

As the whole Heat roster is unstable due to the Butler deal, Miami would really need to seek another prospect from other teams. Sources claim that Heat has turned their eyes on another Sixers guard as a result. T.J. McConnell, a well-rounded point guard for the Sixers is reportedly targeted by the team as a solution for the point guard shortage dilemma they are about to face, according to All U Can Heat.

McConnell will be a perfect fit for Miami as Butler has already played well with the 27-year-old point guard back in Philadelphia.

Beal on the other hand, has had his best season averaging 25.6 points, 5.5 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game and landing him together with Butler will definitely create a new solid tandem in the Eastern Conference.

Bradley Beal
Bradley Beal #3 of the Washington Wizards looks on against the Golden State Warriors in the first half at Capital One Arena on January 24, 2019 in Washington, DC. Getty Images/Rob Carr