Found December 14, 2011 on Sun Sentinel:
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Q: With all this concern at point guard, do you think we will have a Carlos Arroyo comeback to the Heat? — Miguel. A: I have to admit, I found the Heat’s treatment of Carlos somewhat confounding over the years. Yes, he does not have the 3-point range of Chalmers, but he hit just about every shot he needed to hit when he was here. And while he’s certainly not a defensive stopper, he delivered more in that regard than Mike Bibby. Look, I think Norris Cole should have first crack at minutes behind Chalmers, but if Arroyo is willing to wear the sports coat on occasion and accept being third-string, then, yes, I would bring him back. Q: What about bringing back Erick Dampier? — Woody. A: The only way that happens is if Eddy Curry or Dexter Pittman don’t make the opening-night roster. I would have no issue with that. But I’m not sure that Erick didn’t burn a few bridges when he was moved to the end of the rotation last season. Q: The Heat will not be in position to obtain a decent cen...
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