Reiterating the sentiment he expressed several times last season, Sacramento Kings free-agent center Samuel Dalembert says he remains intrigued by the possibility of signing with the Miami Heat.
Dalembert, a longer, better-rounded option than what the Heat offered in the middle last season, has a home in Boca Raton and has long been keen on being closer to his native Haiti, where he is active in relief efforts.
In an interview with Fox Sports Florida, Dalembert said, “If you look at the playoffs with Dallas, you saw what Tyson Chandler did. He was basically a key ingredient for them to win a championship. And Miami didn’t have somebody like that. Somebody able to stop (opponents from) getting second shots and somebody able to rebound and finish. I could fill that role and be an asset for that team.”
A move to the Heat would keep Samuel Dalembert from being dunked on by LeBron James. (Michael Laughlin, Sun Sentinel)
Beyond that, Dalembert, even with a somewhat limited skill set, w...