Miami Heat: A quotable Udonis Haslem thinks this NBA legend isn’t that tough

Bam Adebayo #13 of the Miami Heat high fives Udonis Haslem #40(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Bam Adebayo #13 of the Miami Heat high fives Udonis Haslem #40(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem (40) and forward Jae Crowder (99) celebrate their win over the Indiana Pacers(Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Miami Heat’s ‘OG’ isn’t all serious talk though, as he has takes on his potential playing time for the rest of the season.

In typical UD fashion, he plans to do the most with the least. Here is what he said and this time, directly from the guy he was, kind of, apologizing to for Jimmy Butler in Ira Winderman. With the way the Miami Heat have played, they could probably used what he’s hypothetically offering.

You just have to love Haslem. With the way that the Miami Heat played on Tuesday night, you need content like this to help you focus on other Heat related things.

Udonis Haslem is closing down on the end of year 17 and whether he comes back next year is still up in the air. That has been a question around this time of the year for the last several years and it’s always answered the right way, with UD coming back.

Could that spot be used for somebody who, perhaps, could provide something on the floor? Maybe.

However, is that more valuable that what UD provides… off of the floor? That’s a really good question.

With the way that Coach Spo operates though, with limited rotations and all, is he really taking a space from someone else? That’s also a good question but regardless of the answer, for as long as the Heat want Haslem around, it’s more than fine because he has an impact on the team.

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He also has an impact on everyone else. That’s pretty clear based on the above quotes.