MIAMI -- Pat Riley didn't even spend 4.5 million for next season to pick up a pair of guys who last year made a combined 31 million. So does the Miami Heat president have another big score left in him?
It's not out of the question. And we're not talking about center Ronny Turiaf, whose agent said Wednesday night remains a candidate to re-sign with the Heat.
For now, the Heat only have minimum salaries to spend for their two open roster spots, which Riley said are being put on hold for now. But sources say the Heat have brought up in free agency dealings a possibility they eventually could have a 2.9 million disabled player exception available.
That exception could come if swingman Mike Miller, who might have back surgery, is ruled out for the season. There's a possibility he could end up retiring.
"He's going to meet with the doctor this week and they're going to take the second step," Riley said while not giving many details about Miller. "But he's been doing exercising, restin...