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Report: Heat shopping Chalmers, Andersen, to sign Wade
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(6/22/15) The Heat are trying to clear salary in order to have room to resign Dwyane Wade, according to a report by ESPN.
The Heat plan to talk contract with Wade within the next week. By that time, they may have cleared up to $9.3 million in salary. That's how much Mario Chalmers and Chris Andersen are scheduled to make next season.
Miami is reportedly shopping both Chalmers and Andersen in trade negotiations.
Wade, Whiteside, Andersen, Deng all probable for Heat on Saturday
|by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer|
|(4/11/15) The Heat have released their injury report for Saturday against the Raptors and centers Hassan Whiteside (right hand laceration) and Chris Andersen (left foot sprain), forward Luol Deng (left knee sprain) and guard Dwyane Wade (hip/knee pain) are all probable, according to the Miami Herald.|
The Heat are 3.5-point favorites against the Raptors.
Heat will have all available players ready for Thursday's game
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(4/9/15) Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said every available player will be active for Thursday's game against the Bulls, reports Bleacher Report.
The Heat had listed forward Michael Beasley and guard Mario Chalmers as questionable because both were dealing with illnesses, but they will be available Thursday.
Meanwhile, forward Luol Deng (knee), centers Chris Andersen (foot) and Hassan Whiteside (hand) were listed as probable and all three have been cleared to play Thursday.
The Heat are 1 1/2-point underdogs.
|Chris Andersen opted to return to Miami as a free agent this offseason, after playing a key role in two runs to the NBA finals. He appeared in 72 games for the Heat as the backup center a year and was productive in his 19.4 minutes per game, averaging 6.6 points and 5.3 rebounds in that time. Unfortunately, the 36-year-old is little more than a per-minute specialist at this point, and has extremely limited Fantasy potential as a result. Beyond helping with field-goal percentage in category leagues occasionally, Andersen can be largely ignored in most Fantasy formats next season.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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