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Udonis Haslem (Grade: F)
It's been a disappointing season for UD, to say the least. Haslem began the season as a rotation member, but that quickly changed after he struggled to rebound the ball, looked slow defensively and didn't appear confident in his mid-range jumper.
Now, the only instances in which Haslem, one of the most respected Heat players of all time, sees the floor is when another rotation player is out due to injury. Quite a fall it's been.
Roger Mason Jr. (Grade: C)
Miami brought in Mason Jr. this offseason for his shooting ability.
While he's been impressive with his jumper at times (he shot 44.4 percent from outside in November), Mason Jr. hasn't been consistent enough.
He finds himself currently shooting just 37.3 percent from the field (25-67) and 35.4 percent from beyond the arc (17-48). The Heat could benefit from Mason Jr. regaining his stroke with the uncertainty surrounding Dwyane Wade's health right now.
Greg Oden (Grade: B+)
The fact that Oden has even touched the floor at this point makes this a successful first half of the season for the No. 1 pick in the 2007 NBA draft. He's played in five games with his debut coming on Jan. 18.
While Oden's numbers aren't flashy (he's averaging 3.4 points and two rebounds in 8.4 MPG), he's moved well and made plays on both ends of the court that have displayed his potential impact for this team.
Pat Riley and Co. have to feel good about their decision to bring him aboard last August at the moment.
James Jones (Grade: B)
Jones is the epitome of a one-trick pony. But to his credit, he's great at that trick: shooting threes.
In very limited time (70 minutes total), Jones has knocked down 11 of 20 three-point attempts.
He's not skilled enough to warrant a bigger role, but as long as he can knock down his jumper he will have a spot on this team.
Toney Douglas (Grade: N/A)
Since trading for him on Jan. 15, the Heat have yet to play Douglas.