The Heat are finally starting to put a legitimate team on the table to compete with the other teams in the Eastern conference. The Heat have their superstars and the savvy veterans that every team has, and now they are starting to add the younger pieces to the team.
The Heat have re-signed combo guard, Kenny Hasbrouck to a one year deal. Terms of the deal have not yet been disclosed.
Hasbrouck played at Siena College, and on March 16th 2010, was signed by the Miami Heat for the remainder of the year. Becoming the first payer from Siena University to play in the NBA. Though he did not play for the Heat for the remainder of the season, he did have a good summer league to receive a spot on the Heat roster.
Hasbrouck played and started all five games for the Heat in Vegas, averaging 14 points, 2 rebounds, and 2 assists in 29 minutes a game. Hasbrouck also showed his great three point stroke abilities, shooting 45 percent from beyond the three point line.
Hasbrouck will come off the bench for the Heat and give them a few minutes here and there as the Heat's third option at the shooting guard position.
Also announced yesterday, the Heat had also signed 26-year-old, Shavlik Randoplh to a one-year deal. The terms of the deal, like Hasbrouck's, were also not disclosed.
Randoplh played three games last season for the Heat, averaging 3.3 points and 4.3 rebounds. He also played in a career high 15.4 minutes one game.
Randolph will add more depth up front to the already deep Miami front court.
Lately, the Heat have also added veteran three point specialist Eddie House to the roster. Signing him to a two year deal worth about $2.8 million over those two season!