One of the last things Miami Heat President Pat Riley told LeBron James before free agency began this summer was that he would be selling potential players on the notion of playing alongside a four-time NBA MVP.
It was a very unique situation when LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade in Miami back in the summer of 2010.
The Miami Heat announced Saturday Chris Andersen, A.K.A. Birdman re-signed with the Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat re-signed forward Udonis Haslem Friday.
LeBron James is doing a good job recruiting his former Miami Heat teammates to join him in Cleveland. On Tuesday the Cavaliers came to terms on a two-year deal with Mike Miller and now they have reached an agreement with another former Heat sharpshooter.
It’s been a busy week for the Miami Heat and that trend continued on Tuesday. The team locked up a couple more assets, signing forwards Udonis Haslem and James Ennis.
As the Miami Heat continue to build up their roster in the aftermath of LeBron James moving back to Cleveland, it appears that a deal to lock up Dwyane Wade isn’t far away.
The Miami Heat signed free-agent forwards Josh McRoberts and Danny Granger on Monday, and brought back incumbent point guard Mario Chalmers.
Sunday may be considered a day of rest but while most people we’re kicking back and relaxing, maybe throwing some burgers and dogs on the grill, Pat Riley was hard at work making the post-LeBron Miami Heat a more formidable opponent.
Half a world away, Chris Bosh could not escape the frenzy of last week. An offer from the Houston Rockets was waiting. His longtime Miami teammate LeBron James was leaving. For a few moments, Bosh found himself wondering if his days with the Heat were over.