The Miami Heat won't bow down to contention this season following the signing of Jimmy Butler and Myers Leonard. The franchise has also added depth on its wing, with sharpshooting rookie Tyler Herro and savvy guard Jeremiah Martin.

Hassan Whiteside might have parted ways with the Heat, but mainstays like Bam Adebayo, Kelly Olynyk, Dion Waiters and James Johnson are still around.

Goran "The Dragon" Dragic is still their main man on the point. Despite only averaging 13.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists (lowest average since 2011-2012 season) he is still a threat from the inside and out.

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Kyle Lowry #7 of the Toronto Raptors watches the action against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana, Jan. 23, 2019. Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Miami's top brass isn't keen on transitioning on a rebuild; instead, they are still making moves for title contention. With the latest acquisition of Butler and Leonard, the Heat still believes that they can compete on a nightly basis. The word "tanking" doesn't apply to Pat Riley.

Consequently, Bleacher Report's Zach Buckley zeroed in on Miami's potential targets. Rumor has it that the organization has laid their eyes on Kyle Lowry.

At this point, the talk doesn't make any sense, especially with Dragic on the floor, but having two point guards on the court has become a trend. Toronto has successfully played this out, with Fred VanVleet and Kyle Lowry playing at the same time en route to an NBA title last season.

But ultimately, because of his expiring contract, Dragic could also be included in the deal. Buckley added that the Raptors had accepted the departure of Kawhi Leonard and they will be looking to add building blocks to repeat their championship aspirations.

As per Buckley, Miami could send Justise Winslow, Derrick Jones Jr. and Goran Dragic for Kyle Lowry. But the trade would clog Toronto's frontcourt, especially with Toronto signing Stanley Johnson and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson this offseason.

The Raptors already have Pascal Siakam and OG Anunoby at the forward spot. Miami could instead send future picks and guys Like Bam Adebayo and Dion Waiters in the trade package.

With the trade "Toronto could be assembling an army of do-it-all stoppers." The barter would also clear the Raptors with most of Lowry's contract as well as Dragic's contract in Miami.

In Kyle, the Heat would receive a championship-caliber point guard and if things go well, Miami could benefit from a Butler, Lowry one-two combo. The Raptors would also have two athletic wings if they took Winslow and Derrick Jones Jr.

If not, the one with Bam Adebayo and Dion Waiters could add a third defensive center in their lineup. Waiters can also score off the bench at a moment's notice.

If the rumors are true, Miami could improve their chances of going deep in the playoffs. The Raptors would also receive important bargaining pieces for future use.