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Terrel Harris, SG (4.1 MPG)
Terrel Harris' career as a member of the Miami Heat ended on January 5, 2013 when Miami waived him.
Before that, Harris wasn't anything to write home about. He played in only seven games and averaged just 1.4 points and 1.3 rebounds per game in those contests. He is now a member of the New Orleans Hornets.
Harris' short stint with the Heat was underwhelming to say the least.
Overall Grade: D
Jarvis Varnado, PF (5.0 MPG)
While Jarvis Varnado is still a member of the Heat, he's only seen action in eight games and in those games, he hasn't been the player most fans hoped he would be.
He averaged under one point, one rebound and one block per game in those eight games and his most notable asset has become his ability to turn the ball over.
Varnado was supposed to bolster the Heat's weak frontcourt, but he didn't do anything close to that.
Overall Grade: D-
Josh Harrellson, C (5.2 MPG)
Much like Terrel Harris, Josh Harrellson was waived by the Heat in January.
After a somewhat productive stint with the New York Knicks, the Heat hoped that Harrelson would come in and bring production and intensity off the bench. Well, they missed the mark on that one.
Harrelson averaged just 1.7 points and 1.2 rebounds in the six games he played. And that certainly wasn't worth the Heat keeping him around for the second half of the season.
Overall Grade: D-
James Jones, PF (5.8 MPG)
During the Heat's late-season stretch when their stars were resting, Jones actually reminded Heat fans of the value he holds.
In the second-to-last game of the season, Jones accounted for 14 points, four rebounds, three assists and two blocks. He shot 55.6 percent from the field in that game as well.
So while his entire season wasn't that solid, playing in just 38 games, he showed that he's still capable of putting numbers up if the Heat need him to, and that's certainly valuable.
Overall Grade: C+