Andray Blatche is not expected to return to the NBA after signing a three-year deal with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
Andray Blatche will reportedly sign a three-year contract to remain in China.
With news that Chris Bosh (pulmonary embolus) is likely to miss the remainder of the season, the Heat are reportedly considering adding UFA Andray Blatche.
Updating a previous report, Andray Blatche is strongly considering signing another lucrative deal in the Chinese Basketball Association despite interest from the Nets, Heat and Grizzlies.
Nets General Manger Billy King said on Friday that a decision will be made regarding Andray Blatche in the near future.
Andray Blatche has drawn the interest of several playoff contenders in the NBA.
The Nets are "interested in a potential reunion" with Andray Blatche, sources told ESPN New York.
Andray Blatche is currently averaging 30.4 ppg and 14.9 rpg with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers of the Chinese League.
Andray Blatche said on Friday that if given an opportunity, he would go to Brooklyn.
After losing out on Josh Smith, the Heat have reportedly set their sights on Andray Blatche.
Andray Blatche signed with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers on Saturday for $2.5 million.
Andray Blatche is finalizing a deal to play with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers in China.
Andray Blatche has officially been barred from playing on the Philippines national team in the 2014 Asian Games.
Andray Blatche is traveling from Spain to Miami to negotiate on a contract.