After clearing the 48-hour waiver window, the Heat have re-signed center Mickell Gladness to a ten-day contract.
According to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, who broke the story via Twitter, Gladness can be signed to up to two 10-day contracts (they don't have to be consecutive), after which he must be signed for the entire season or released. Gladness, 25, made his NBA debut with the Heat in December and is currently averaging 1.3 RPG in limited action this season. The former Alabama A&M star has spent most of his career in the NBA Developmental League having averaged 4.5 PPG and 3.7 RPG with the Dakota Wizards and the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in 77 games.
One player who should be happy to see Gladness return to the Heat is Terrel Harris, who was known to eat dinner on the road with his fellow rookie.