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Heat Player Profiles

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Markieff Morris

Morris, who signed on a minimum last offseason, played 17 games with the Heat in 2021-22.

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Caleb Martin

Martin, 25, blossomed in his first season with the Heat.

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Kyle Lowry

The Heat point guard looked like the missing piece, but personal issues and injuries kept him from achieving his true potential

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Haywood Highsmith

Miami plucked the 25-year-old wing from the Sixers organization midseason.

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Tyler Herro

Tyler Herro had a breakout year that ended poorly. Here’s a complete review of his season.

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Udonis Haslem

Mr. 305 forever & ever!

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Dewayne Dedmon

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Jimmy Butler

Jimmy Butler further established exactly what type of player he is and that he is capable of leading this team where they need to go.

Miami Heat 2021-22 player review: Bam Adebayo

Adebayo was one of the best two-way centers in the league yet again!

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Gabe Vincent

One of Miami’s two-way players, Vincent’s role during the season fluctuated with teammates in and out of the lineup.

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Max Strus

Miami unearthed another shooter with a growing skill set who could take on a bigger role next season.

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Duncan Robinson

Duncan continued to make strides in his third NBA season, but will he continue his career in Miami?

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Victor Oladipo

Oladipo only last four games with the Heat before going down with a season-ending injury.

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: KZ Okpala

The 2019 second-round pick, with no G-League or Summer League, had a minimal role when he appeared on the court.

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Kendrick Nunn

After a difficult time in the NBA bubble, Nunn reemerged to retake the starting PG position.

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Tyler Herro

Tyler’s sophomore season was a rocky one, and proof that he will need to keep honing his game for the NBA.

Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Precious Achiuwa

The Heat’s first round pick had an up-and-down rookie season, but there’s potential.

Hot Hot Hoops NBA Draft Profile: John Collins

The Wake Forest product has been linked to the Miami Heat. How would he fit in South Beach?

Dwyane Wade ready to prove doubters wrong

Now 30 years old and coming off knee surgery, Dwyane Wade says he isn't getting old just yet.

Player Profile: Chris Bosh

Over the course of the Miami Heat's training camp, Hot Hot Hoops will give player profiles for all Heat players. We're up to Chris Bosh, a skilled post player who has went from ridiculed to under-appreciated entering his 10th season.

Player profile: Mario Chalmers wants some respect

What's next for Mario Chalmers, the starting point guard of the Miami Heat, and what will his role be for his team during the 2012-13 NBA season?

Player Profile: UD regaining his shooting touch?

Despite struggling with his shot all year, Udonis Haslem worked on his 3-point shot over the summer.

Player Profile: Mike Miller

Over the course of the Miami Heat's training camp, Hot Hot Hoops will give player profiles for all Heat players. Now up is a man who is permanently etched in Miami Heat lore for his 3-point display in the NBA finals, Mike Miller.

Player Profile: Joel Anthony to play big minutes?

Will "The Warden" get the chance to defend opposing big men with Chris Bosh ready to become a full-time five?

Player Profile: James Jones

Over the course of the Miami Heat's training camp, Hot Hot Hoops will give player profiles for all Heat players. Now up is the hometown sharpshooter, James Jones.

Player Profile: Norris Cole

Over the course of the Miami Heat's training camp, Hot Hot Hoops will give player profiles for all Heat players. Now up is the man with the High-Top fade, Norris Cole.

Player Profile: Rashard Lewis

A two time NBA All Star and unique 3-point specialist, Rashard Lewis possesses the kind of dexterity that can elevate the Heat's spacing even further. Lewis is 8th all time in NBA history for most 3-point field goals made, netting 1,690 to date.

Player Profile: Ray Allen

Read an overview about Ray Allen's fit with the Miami Heat.