Beijing time on October 29, according to a report from the Miami Herald, Oladipo is still willing to renew his contract with the Pacers if the team meets his contract requirements. If he leaves the team freely next year, then he most wants to join the Miami Heat.
Oladipo just recovered from injury last season. He played only 19 games in the regular season, averaging 14.5 points, 4 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game, shooting only 39.4% from the field, which is far from the peak performance.
The Pacers once offered Oladipo a four-year $80 million renewal contract, but he refused. Today there are rumors that the Pacers and the Bucks have discussed the deal about Oladipo, and the Bucks happen to be looking for help for Antetokounmpo.
The Heat reached the finals this year, and next year they will also have ample salary space. Their first choice in the free agency market is Antetokounmpo. Oladipo has limited appeal to the Heat.