The Heat are reuniting with an old friend, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link), who hears from agent Jerry Dianis that Mario Chalmers will return to the team on a 10-day hardship contract.
Chalmers, 35, spent the first seven-plus years of his NBA career in Miami from 2008-15 and won a pair of championships during that time. Across nine total NBA seasons, the veteran guard averaged 8.9 PPG and 3.7 APG on .417/.351/.793 shooting in 646 regular season games (26.7 MPG). He also appeared in 99 postseason contests for the Heat.
Chalmers hasn’t played in the NBA since 2018, but – as we reported earlier this month – he recently signed a G League contract in the hopes of getting back into the league. He appeared in two games for the Grand Rapids Gold, Denver’s G League affiliate, before catching on with the Heat.
Miami has reached a series of 10-day agreements this week after having been hit hard by injuries and COVID-19. The team officially signed Kyle Guy, Aric Holman, and Haywood Highsmith today and also has a deal lined up with Nik Stauskas.
If Stauskas and Chalmers officially sign within the next 24 hours or so, we could see them in action as soon as Friday night in Houston.
12 thoughts on “Heat Signing Mario Chalmers To 10-Day Deal”
Where is Ralph Wiggum when you need him!
The greatest Heat player of all time is back!! Hail the God Chalmers!
Might as well bring in Eddie Jones on a ten day at this rate lol
Is Norris Cole next?
Why not Celtics or Heat bring back Ray Allen?
never gonna happen but Ray lives in Miami now and considers himself a heat lifer.. kinda hates how the celitcs treated him
Contacting agent for Lamar Odom…..
I Wana see Jimmer on a team