The Los Angeles Lakers are still shopping reserve guard Russell Westbrook and his $47 million expiring contract, but it doesn't sound like Miami will be a potential landing spot for the former MVP. According to Jake Fischer of Yahoo, the Heat have "little regard" for swapping Westbrook for Kyle Lowry. Lowry, 36, is making $28 million this season, and he's on the books for $29 million next season. 

Now, this doesn't necessarily mean that the Heat wouldn't trade Lowry at all if the right offer presented itself, but it does mean that Lowry likely won't be headed to the Lakers. A team like the Los Angeles Clippers could be a good potential fit for Lowry, as they're in the market for a veteran point guard. Or, perhaps Lowry could be dealt to Brooklyn as part of a trade involving Irving. Lowry's play for Miami this season has been underwhelming, and it certainly wouldn't be surprising if they did move him in order to avoid being forced to pay him nearly $30 million next season. As a result, Lowry is definitely a player to keep an eye on over the next few days.