The Miami Heat has exactly one month left to fill their 15th roster spot if they want the new addition to help the team during their postseason run. While the pool of players to pick from has whittled down since the trade deadline, the Heat could sign Jabari Parker, who was waived by the Sacramento Kings.

While Parker, the former No. 2 overall pick during the 2014 NBA Draft, hasn’t lived up to his All-Star potential, he just turned 26 last month. Parker is young enough to make a genuine effort to revitalize his career, but he needs to find the right franchise to help him grow.

The Heat, known for their ability to shape budding stars, seemed the like perfect the landing spot for Parker, however, The Athletic’s Shams Charania tweeted on April 16 that Parker “agreed to a deal with the Boston Celtics.”