Has Udonis Haslem reached the end of his time in Miami? (Getty Images)
There are few things harder to imagine in Heat world than Udonis Haslem not being on this team. That day might come in a matter of months.
While Haslem wants to play his entire career in Miami, he has received no assurances of that. After 13 years with the franchise, he was uncertain when asked if he will be re-signed this summer.
“I would love to be here,” he said. “I still can play this game, obviously. When Coach threw me out there, I was able to help the team and produce. There’s a business side to everything, so you never know. It’s been great here. I’ve had a great and amazing career here, but there’s always a business side of things that you can’t control. We’ll see.”
Haslem played 37 games last year, averaging 1.6 points and two rebounds in seven minutes per game. He appeared in nine of Miami’s 14 playoff games and put up 2.3 points and 3.4 rebounds in 9.4 minutes.
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