Haslem re-signs with Heat for minimum

Haslem re-signs with Heat for minimum

That's how much they value his presence.

Udonis Haslem, now a 16-year National Basketball Association veteran, is the ultimate 'Heat lifer.' His unwavering loyalty to the team can be summarized in one line: the Miami Heat has existed more years with Haslem than without him. Heat president Pat Riley said last month he expected Haslem to return based on a "gut feeling". He appeared in just 14 games last season, averaging less than a point.

The Heat have 19 players on their training camp roster, leaving one spot open for Dwyane Wade, who has yet to announce whether or not he will retire. The 38-year-old Miami native remains one of the team's captains, and it's not uncommon for him to mentor teammates on the bench during games or raise his voice at halftime - even before coaches enter the room - when things are not going to his liking.

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To loud cheers, he added: "We're going to put on our marching shoes, we're going to start knocking on some doors, we're going to start making some calls".

Hence, it came as no surprise that following a December 22 game against the Dallas Mavericks in which he played just nine minutes, Waiters eventually succumbed to the existing injury that prematurely ended his debut season with the team, back when he was an integral part of the Heat compiling a 30-11 record to conclude the season. He was a starter on the Heat championship clubs in 2006, 2012 and 2013.

For his career, Haslem has averaged 7.7 points and 6.8 rebounds per game while shooting 49.1 percent from the field.

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