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Heat Non-Committal On Re-Signing Michael Beasley, Greg Oden

The Miami Heat have three remaining roster spots and have been non-committal with Michael Beasley and Greg Oden.

The Heat cannot offer more than the veteran minimum to any remaining free agents.

Jared Karnes, Beasley’s agent, said Thursday he has had more than one conversation with the Heat but “nothing has resulted in a deal. [Other] teams have called expressing interest. There has been quite a bit of activity the past four days. Teams are encouraged by his career-best field-goal percentage (49.9) … and his attitude when asked to play a reduced role.”

Beasley has been working out with Kevin Durant in Los Angeles this summer.

Miami has not informed Oden's agent, Mike Conley Sr., if the team wants him back. 

“They said they’ll get back to us,” Conley said. “A couple of teams have inquired. He wants to be able to play.”

Via Barry Jackson/Miami Herald

Chris Singleton Receives Interest From Heat, Pacers

Chris Singleton has received interest from the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers.

Singleton was the 18th overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards and is a free agent.

Singleton played in just 25 games (250 minutes) this past season after the Wizards declined their fourth-year option on his contract. Singleton had a "Jones fracture" before the season began.

Via Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Jazz, Heat Interested In Toure' Murry

The Utah Jazz have expressed interest in signing Toure' Murry, according to a source.

Murry is reportedly also waiting to see whether a deal will form with the Miami Heat.

Murry played for the New York Knicks last season.

Via Aaron Falk/Salt Lake Tribune

Udonis Haslem Re-Sign With Heat On Two-Year, $5.5M Deal

The Miami Heat have agreed upon a two-year, $5.5 million deal with Udonis Haslem.

Haslem had opted out of a contract that was scheduled to pay him $4.6 million this season.

The Heat were able to restructure their roster by giving Haslem a new deal.

Via Brian Windhorst/ESPN

Haslem, Heat Agree Upon $2.7M Deal

The Miami Heat and Udonis Haslem have agred upon a $2.7 millon deal using their space exception.

Haslem has spent his entire career with the Heat and opted out of his contract his summer.

Via Ira Winderman/Sun Sentinel

Dwyane Wade Agrees To Two-Year Deal With Heat

The Miami Heat and Dwyane Wade have agreed upon a two-year deal with a 14-15 salary worth approximately $16 million.

The second-year is a player option, which would give him flexibility and the possibility of a raise.

The Heat renounced their rights to Udonis Haslem on Monday, which will setup paying him $2.7 million on the room mid-level exception.

Wade opted out of his deal this offseason for free agency.

Via Brian Windhorst/ESPN

Ray Allen Unsure About Playing Next Season

Ray Allen is unsure if he'll continue his playing career next season.

Allen has received interest from the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat, among other teams.

Allen turns 39 on July 20 and shot 37.5 percent from three last season in 26.5 minutes per game.

Via Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Le Batard: LeBron's Reps 'Misled' Heat In Free Agency

Dan Le Batard believes LeBron James knew he was going to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers for several days before he announced his decision. James met with Pat Riley on Wednesday of last week before announcing his decision in an orchestrated essay published by Sports Illustrated on Friday.

"I found it interesting that Chris Sheridan, when he broke this story, was talking in sportswriter narrative — the mythology of going home, and the Rust Belt," said Le Batard. "I found that interesting because I didn’t think it could be right, that a sportswriter and an athlete would both have the sportswriter narrative. But, man, these guys planned that part out beautifully, so it doesn’t become about the way that his entourage feuded with Pat Riley at the end."

The Heat pursued Danny Granger and Josh McRoberts with the assumption James would re-sign.

"Oh, it was before the end. I don’t think he does what he did — I don’t think he does that again to Cleveland, you know what I mean? — allows 10 days of hope, where he crushes Cleveland again. I think he knew before this. The Miami Heat have taken the high road on this, but it’s why they were behaving like a team that was going to get him — because they were misled by his guys.

"The Miami Heat were behaving like a team that was gonna get him back," said Le Batard. "They were doing everything, like they were gonna get him back. That’s because the agent for LeBron James [Rich Paul] made them feel like they were gonna get him back. You can’t have two teams behaving like they were gonna get him back."

Le Batard also believes James was already planning on leaving the Miami Heat before the start of the Finals.

"I think it was before [the NBA Finals]. Here’s part of the problem, though, Dan. It’s hard for me to know what’s true and what isn’t, because people are talking about so many different things. But one thing that surprised me, and I heard it from a number of places, is that LeBron’s wife and LeBron’s mom didn’t want to actually go. When he was talking about going back and telling Pat Riley that he needed to talk to his family, he was talking about La Familia — the group of guys around him. Again, I don’t know what to believe, and I need to talk to LeBron about it. And get honesty from LeBron about it, and I’m not sure those things are possible given the way that they’re spinning these things in a PR way. But I’ve heard in too many places — not one or two — that Savannah didn’t actually want to go."

Via Ryan Glasspiegel/The Big Lead

Chris Bosh Also Received Strong Offers From Nuggets, Suns, Lakers

Chris Bosh received "strong" offers from multiple teams beyond the Houston Rockets, as the Denver Nuggets, Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers were also interested.

Bosh ultimately decided to re-sign with the Miami Heat on a five-year, $118 million deal.

"[There were] very enticing offers," Bosh said. "There was some surprising advances made in everything, but I ultimately decided to stay in Miami. I think it was the right choice. I benefit from it, the team will benefit from it, from here. My heart was in Miami. I wanted to be there and keep my family there and build relationships and really keep building on something special."

Via Tom Haberstroh/ESPN

Chris Andersen Agrees To Re-Sign With Heat After Late Push From Knicks

Chris Andersen has agreed to re-sign with the Miami Heat on a multiyear deal.

The New York Knicks made a late push to sign Andersen, but he decided to remain with the club that helped him salvage his career.

Andersen played in nearly 20 minutes per game last season for the Heat.

Via Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo! Sports

Miami Heat Archives

Bosh: It Was Hard Choice Turning Down Rockets

Chris Bosh admitted that there was a "shock factor" when LeBron James decided to sign with the Cavaliers.

Mario Chalmers Agrees To Two-Year $8M Deal With Heat

Mario Chalmers has agreed to re-sign with the Heat on a two-year deal.

Luol Deng Agrees To Sign With Heat On Two-Year, $20M Deal

Luol Deng has agreed to sign with the Heat, a league source tells RealGM.

Suns Making Bid To Sign Luol Deng

Luol Deng is being pursued by the Heat, Suns and Hawks.

Rockets Appear Out On Luol Deng, Still Pursuing Trevor Ariza

Trevor Ariza previously played for the Rockets before he was traded to the Pelicans.

Luol Deng, Heat Hold Contract Talks

Luol Deng is expected to make a decision within the next 24 hours, according to Ken Berger.

Chris Bosh, Heat Agree Upon Five-Year, $118M Deal

Chris Bosh has also considered the Rockets.

Bulls Interested In Dwyane Wade

The future of Dwyane Wade is unclear following the departure of LeBron James.

Gilbert Apologized To LeBron For Letter; LeBron Expressed Regret For Televised 'Decision'

LeBron James and his inner circle met with Dan Gilbert in Miami on Sunday.

Gilbert Met With LeBron, Paul, Carter For Four Hours In Miami Last Week

Dan Gilbert denied being on a plane to Miami amid tracking of his private plane.

LeBron James Returns To Cavaliers

LeBron James has decided to sign with the Cavaliers.

LeBron Weighing Decision, Gilbert's 2010 Letter Remains An Issue

Dan Gilbert's letter remained on the Cavs' website for the past four years until the team removed it earlier this week.

LeBron Expected To Make Decision Before Leaving For Brazil

LeBron James will fly to Brazil ahead of Sunday's World Cup Final.

Sheridan: LeBron To Sign With Cavs, Make Announcement On His Website

LeBron James is also expected the news to be announced before he leaves for the World Cup Final in Brazil, which will be played on Sunday.

LeBron Didn't Care For Riley's End-Of-Season Press Conference

LeBron James did not receive Pat Riley's now infamous end-of-season press conference especially well, according to multiple sources.

Chris Bosh To Sign With Rockets If LeBron Leaves

The Rockets would need to sign Chris Bosh before matching Chandler Parsons' offer sheet with the Mavericks.

LeBron James Doesn't Commit To Heat After Meeting With Pat Riley

LeBron James did not commit to returning to the Heat before leaving his meeting with Pat Riley on Wednesday afternoon.

Chris Bosh, Rockets Hold Talks On Wednesday

Chris Bosh is a native of Texas and plays a position of need for the Rockets.

Cavaliers Reach Out To Ray Allen, Mike Miller, James Jones

Ray Allen has been widely expected to remain teammates with LeBron James.

LeBron Narrows Choices To Heat, Cavaliers

LeBron James will meet with Pat Riley on Wednesday.
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