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Heat free agent Mario Chalmers made his first appearance at team workouts on Thursday, but he hasn't made a decision yet on where he would sign.
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MIAMI - Point guard Mario Chalmers is returning to the Miami Heat.
Chalmers' agent, Sam Goldfeder, said Friday morning that Chalmers will sign a deal that will enable him to be in training camp on time later Friday.
"He's excited,'' Goldfeder said.
Goldfeder said contract details are still being worked out, and he declined to give any specifics. Chalmers was...
The Miami Heat have re-signed 25-year old point guard Mario Chalmers to a 3-year, $12 million dollar deal. Chalmers played in 70 games (28 starts) for the Heat last year and he averaged 22.5 minutes, 6.4 points, 2.1 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.1 steals per game. He has now played in 225 games (133 starts) in his first three years with the Heat and he is averaging 26.7 minutes...
Q: Ira, $12 million for Mario Chalmers! Is Pat Riley on drugs? — Hunter.
A: I don’t think he is, but some of those pictures in his early NBA days make you wonder if he wasn’t hanging out with a few who were. Look, you have to consider the market, the Heat’s needs and the options. It still is less than the average salary, which doesn’t exactly make it starter’s money...
The Miami Heat announced today that they have re-signed guard Mario Chalmers. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Chalmers, a 6’2”, 190-pound guard, has appeared in 225 regular season games (132 starts) averaging 7.9 points, 3.7 assists, 2.3 rebounds, 1.45 steals and 26.7 minutes while shooting 40.9 percent from the field, 35 [...]
Mario Chalmers and the Heat have reached agreement on a deal.
Mario Chalmers will remain with the Miami Heat in 2011-2012. ESPN.com reported Friday that the Heat point guard agreed to a contract, but details of the deal were not disclosed. The news comes as training camps officially open in advance of NBA season.
After starting all 82 games his rookie season, Chalmers started only 51 games in the following two seasons. He averaged 6.4 points...
Mario Chalmers will remain with the Heat. Chalmers and the Heat reached an agreement on a contract Friday morning, Chalmers' agent Sam Goldfeder told ESPN.com.
MIAMI (AP) -- Mario Chalmers says he's staying with the Miami Heat.
MIAMI - Mario Chalmers says he's staying with the Miami Heat.
Chalmers said Friday morning that he is planning...
The Heat have locked up two of their key free agents, reports the Palm Beach Post: “Chalmers will remain with the Heat for at least this season and, according to sources, it is for more than the team’s original qualifying offer. He tweeted this at 10:17 a.m. Friday: ‘Imma MIAMI HEAT player until they don’t want me no more. Let’s get this ring’ The Heat’s initial qualifying...
Although the Miami Heat’s failure to win the NBA title made them a frequent punchline, let’s not soon forget just how quickly the Heat were able to rise to the top of the league. Miami is an altogether incredible team, and though they squandered an opportunity in the NBA Finals, they likely need only to…
The Miami Heat re-signed guard Mario Chalmers and forward James Jones Friday.
MIAMI (AP) — Shane Battier will be with the Miami Heat this season. Mario Chalmers is deciding if he'll be there with him.
Saying he only wants "a winning role" at this point in his career, Battier announced Thursday morning that he would sign with the Eastern Conference champion Heat.Read more on NewsOK.com
Q: Don’t you think the season is too compact? Players are going to get hurt. Besides, the regular season is meaningless. Ask LeBron. Why push the regular season and potentially hurt your product when the playoffs matter? — Stuart.
A: Because the league didn’t want the playoffs to come off as counterfeit after a makeshift season like in 1999. I think this will be a legitimate...