The defending champion Miami Heat announced Tuesday their roster for the 2013 Orlando Pro Summer League, which runs from July 7th through July 12th at the Orlando Magic's practice court in Amway Center. The event is closed to the public.
Please note that this roster only lists the players whom Miami will bring to Orlando. The Heat may bring different players to Las Vegas.
|72||Jackie Carmichael||PF||6-09||240||Illinois St.|
|71||Dewayne Dedmon||C||7-00||255||Southern California|
|67||LeRon Dendy||C||6-09||230||Darüşşafaka S.K. (Turkey)|
|54||Larry Drew II||PG||6-02||180||UCLA|
|70||Michael Dunigan||C||6-10||238||Air21 Express (Philippines)|
|8||James Ennis||SG||6-07||210||Long Beach St.|
|66||Eric Griffin||SF||6-08||189||Aurora Basket Jesi (Italy)|
|63||Scotty Hopson||SG||6-06||204||Hapoel Eilat (Israel)|
|52||Cedric Jackson||PG||6-03||200||New Zealand Breakers (Australasia)|
|58||D.J. Kennedy||SG||6-06||215||Rio Grande Valley Vipers (NBA D-League)|
|64||James Nunnally||SG||6-07||205||Bakersfield Jam (NBA D-League)|
|24||Jarvis Varnado||PF||6-09||230||Miami Heat|
James Ennis, whose Draft rights the Heat obtained from the Atlanta Hawks, stands out among this group. So too does the Texas point guard Myck Kabongo, who went undrafted on Thursday, to the surprise of some NBA observers.
Summer League represents a homecoming for Eric Griffin, who attended Boone High in Orlando.