Udonis Haslem

#40PF,
Pts
1.8
Reb
2.1
Ast
0.4
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 235
Born:
College: Florida
Birth Place: Miami, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • NBA media days certain to have plenty of Trump talk
    ABC News3 hours ago

    NBA media days certain to have plenty of Trump talk

    The most retweeted post ever sent by LeBron James before this weekend was one in 2013 in response to the incessant who's-better debate about him and Michael Jordan. "I'm not MJ, I'm LJ," he wrote . It was retweeted nearly 112,000 times. And then LJ took on POTUS , calling President Donald Trump a "bum." James' Twitter account exploded from there, the 640,000 and counting retweets making it one of the top 15 shared posts ever. If James' tweet is any indicator, politics will be center stage across the NBA on Monday when 28 teams gather for their media days — the annual precursor to the start of training camps. Carmelo Anthony will formally become part of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday, Kyrie

  • Sources: Cavs emerge as leading Wade suitor
    ESPN.com

    Sources: Cavs emerge as leading Wade suitor

    Adrian Wojnarowski Brian Windhorst Close ESPN.com NBA writer since 2010 Covered Cleveland Cavs for seven years Author of two books Follow on Twitter The Cleveland Cavaliers have emerged as clear favorites to land newly minted free agent Dwyane Wade, after he agreed to a buyout agreement with the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, sources told ESPN.com. Wade agreed to leave about $8 million of his $23.8 million salary on the table after talks between the two sides about a resolution intensified ahead of Monday's start of training camp. Wade has a long-standing relationship with LeBron James, who attempted to recruit Wade to Cleveland last summer, but the Cavs didn't have salary-cap space at the time. James

  • Melo to Thunder trade: Fantasy fallout
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    Melo to Thunder trade: Fantasy fallout

    John Cregan is a fantasy basketball analyst for ESPN.com. I love it when franchises go all-in. But think about how exciting this would have been a couple of seasons ago -- I'm talking pre-Paul George injury. Adding the Melo of 2014, we'd be talking on the level of LeBron James to the Miami Heat or Kevin Durant to the Golden State Warriors. Today, the idea still enlivens, but with the Warriors being the Warriors, it's hard to see how this changes anything at the top of the Western Conference. But this is still very interesting from a fantasy perspective. Looking at the history of superstar trifectas, one fact remains certain: All three players are going to get dinged in fantasy. Coming off a 2016-17