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Miami Herald Jul 18, 2014

Miami Heat sign Napier, Haslem to deals

Shabazz Napier has signed his rookie deal with the Miami Heat.
Hot Hot Hoops Jul 18, 2014

Heat sign Shabazz Napier to rookie contract

The team makes their first round acquisition an official Miami Heat player today. The Miami Heat have announced the official signing of rookie Shabazz Napier just hours after locking up Udonis Haslem to a multi-year deal. "Shabazz is a proven winner and one of the most mature college players that I have ever met," said HEAT President Pat Riley. "Not only did he help lead UConn to two NCAA Championships, but he also knows exactly what he needs to do to make an impact at the NBA level. I believe the experience he had during the Summer League is going to payoff in leaps and bounds when...

Heat officially announce re-signing of Udonis Haslem

The Miami Heat never thought about moving on without him.
Heat re-sign Udonis Haslem to two-year deal

Heat re-sign Udonis Haslem to two-year deal

Udonis Haslem has signed a two-year, $5.6 million contract with the Miami Heat.Haslem has spent all 11 of his NBA seasons with the Heat and is the franchise's all-time rebounds leader. He and Dwyane Wade are the only players to appear on all three of Miami's championship teams.
Miami Herald Jul 18, 2014

Heat sign F Udonis Haslem to 2-year deal

Udonis Haslem has signed a two-year, $5.6 million contract with the Miami Heat.
Miami Herald Jul 18, 2014

Heat bring back Haslem

Count Udonis Haslem among the players who will be returning to the Miami Heat next season.
Miami Herald Jul 18, 2014
Miami Heat officially rewards ‘team player’ Udonis Haslem with two-year deal

Miami Heat officially rewards ‘team player’ Udonis Haslem with two-year deal

Udonis Haslem was the first player to leave millions on the table in the hopes of keeping the Heat together.

Haslem officially re-signs with the Heat

Udonis Haslem was the first player to leave millions on the table in the hopes of keeping the Heat together. On Friday, the Heat rewarded him for his commitment to the franchise and the city and officially re-signed Haslem to...
Hot Hot Hoops Jul 18, 2014
Heat announce Udonis Haslem re-signing

Heat announce Udonis Haslem re-signing

The longtime Heat lifer is taking another pay cut to stay in Miami. The Miami Heat have officially re-signed forward Udonis Haslem, who is returning after opting out and taking yet another pay cut to help the only NBA franchise he's played for. "Udonis Haslem has been a fixture in Miami over the last 11 years," said HEAT President Pat Riley. "He's a team player, an encompassing all-purpose player, that would play just about any position or role in order to win. It's been such a privilege and honor to have him with the organization and I'm so happy that he decided to come back." The Heat's...

Haslem returns; Heat renounce most of bench

Mr. 305 wasn't going to allow money to get in the way. For his commitment, the Miami Heat are about to make power forward Udonis Haslem whole again.
Rotoworld Jul 15, 2014

Udonis Haslem agrees to $2.7M deal w/ Heat - Udonis Haslem (F/C) Miami Heat

Udonis Haslem has agreed to re-sign with the Heat with an expected annual salary of $2.7 million.
Hot Hot Hoops Jul 15, 2014

Udonis Haslem will re-sign with Heat on smaller deal

The Heat Lifer takes another pay cut to stay in Miami. Mr. 305 is returning to the Miami Heat, as if there was ever any doubt. Udonis Haslem will reportedly re-sign with the Miami Heat and use a cap space exception, a source has told Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel. He also notes the "exception used for Haslem starts at $2.75M can be for two years, with 4.5 percent raise." It appears that the Heat will not have any more cap room to sign any other major free agents with the last remaining exception used on UD, and will likely fill out the rest of the roster on veteran minimum deals and/or...
Hot Hot Hoops Jul 15, 2014
Heat renounce rights to several players as Haslem contract nears completion

Heat renounce rights to several players as Haslem contract nears completion

New report details how the Heat are maneuvering to get maximum value for their salary cap. Ira Winderman of the Sun-Sentinel is reporting that the Miami Heat have officially renounced the rights to James Jones, Michael Beasley, Ray Allen, Rashard Lewis, Toney Douglas, Greg Oden, as well as retired players Shane Battier and Juwan Howard. The move clears their cap holds to be able to sign new acquisitions like Josh McRoberts, Danny Granger and Luol Deng. Note that the players not involved in this list include Udonis Haslem, Chris Andersen and Dwyane Wade, who have waited for the Heat to...

ASK IRA: Do all signs now point to LeBron return?

Q: Ira, I understand Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem being comfortable enough to commit themselves to the Heat. But that's not the impression I had of LeBron James at the end of the season. Why is everyone so sure he's staying? -- Tony.

Heat's Wade and Haslem opt out, with Bosh on the verge

Moves by franchise mainstays indicate Heat core will return intact for next season, with reworked deals that will allow Pat Riley to augment team's depth in free agency.

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