The Miami Heat have the No. 10 overall pick in next June’s NBA Draft and Kurt Helin of NBC Sports thinks Pat Riley could target some much needed shooting. Two options? Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky and Kentucky’s Devin Booker.

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Helin says Kaminsky “sort of duplicates what Bosh does” but could be a “really good guy as a backup who could instantly come in.”

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“You can’t go wrong taking a guy who can shoot the ball,” Helin said of Booker. “At the end of the day if the guy can shoot the ball it’s worth the risk.”

Kaminsky and Booker shot 42 percent and 41 percent, respectively, from 3-point land last season.

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