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15. Dexter Pittman, C
Dexter Pittman played a whopping zero minutes during the month of November; therefore, he earns the lowest ranking on this list.
14. Terrel Harris, SG
Eight minutes and four points during the month of November earns Terrell Harris the 14th spot on this list. Harris hasn't missed a single free throw all season, making his two sole free throws during November. That's something for the young Harris to hold onto.
13. Josh Harrelson, PF
Josh Harrelson has only seen time this season when games have been out of control. It's a shame that the Heat aren't using him more, but then again the Heat don't really need to.
Harrelson is going to have to be satisfied with limited minutes, because it looks like his role this season is going to be as a practice player for the Heat.
12. James Jones, SF
What does 18 minutes and 12 points earn you on this list? It gets you the 12th overall spot on the Heat's player rankings. James Jones has to be disappointed with his decreased play this season.
But for a player who thought about retiring after last season—according to SI.com—18 minutes in a month is actually pretty impressive.
11. Joel Anthony, C
Of all the "scrub-time players," Joel Anthony is the one who might be able to work his way into the Heat's lineup more.
Anthony averaged 4.5 minutes per game during the month of November, which is a significant step back from last year's average of 21.1 minutes per game. As the season goes on, and the Heat need defensive pressure in the paint, Anthony's number will get called.