Miami’s search for frontcourt help ends with Dewayne Dedmon

Dewayne Dedmon (photo via USA Today Sports Images)

The Heat are signing former Hawks center Dewayne Dedmon, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

Miami was in the market for an additional big man leading up the trade deadline and in the buyout market. The franchise was rumored to be looking at pairing Bam Adebayo with a traditional big man and they were in the mix for players like LaMarcus Aldridge and Blake Griffin. Andre Drummond was another name linked to South Beach, though Pat Riley & Co. ultimately missed out on all three former All-Stars.

Dedmon, who traded to Atlanta at the 2020 trade deadline, has not played since last March with the Hawks. Atlanta was not invited to the bubble in Orlando, so the center’s stint in Georgia ended after just 10 games.

In addition to the Hawks and Kings, Dedmon has spent time with the Spurs, Magic, and Sixers, and Warriors.

Read More

About the Author

Chris Crouse
As a co-owner of FortyEightMinutes.com, Chris Crouse wears many hats, including editor and marketing director. He previously covered sports business at CNBC and he has covered the NBA for various publications, including SLAM Magazine and Hoops Rumors, in addition to working on the business side of media.

Be the first to comment on "Miami’s search for frontcourt help ends with Dewayne Dedmon"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*