LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat might have the best record in the NBA Eastern Conference (26-12), but the team is far from being comfortable in terms of the franchise’s current roster.
Today, the Heat had rolled the dice on former Nuggets’ power forward/center Chris Andersen (amnestied by Denver in 2012) by signing the “Birdman” to a 10-day contract.
Chris Andersen three years ago was considered a prolific rebounder, an average shot blocker, and a great all-around defensive big man. The “Birdman” always provided a spark off the bench with his tumultuous energy and it’s a trait that the Miami Heat definitely need this year.
Andersen has already worked out with the team and is scheduled to make his debut in Miami on Wednesday against the Toronto Raptors. If all goes well, the “Birdman” could be nesting in South Beach for the rest of this season.
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