Udonis Haslem announced at his youth basketball camp that he'll be returning for a 20th NBA season. All 20 seasons for Haslem will have been played with the Miami Heat. He'll join Kobe Bryant and Dirk Nowitzki as the only players to play at least 20 seasons with only one franchise.

For the last several seasons, Haslem has had more of an impact on the Heat locker room than on the floor. Haslem has played in just 58 games over the last six seasons.

Despite his limited on-court impact, the Miami said they would hold a roster spot open until Haslem made a decision about the upcoming season.

Haslem is a Miami institution. Outside of playing one year as a professional in France, Haslem's entire basketball career has spent in the state of Florida. He spent four years at the University of Florida, following his time as a standout at Miami Senior High.

Haslem returned to Miami and joined the Heat for the 2003-04 season. He was a starter on the 2006 title team. Haslem was then a rotation regular, and often starter, on the Heat's back-to-back championship teams in 2012 and 2013.