Udonis Haslem still unsure about retirement
Miami Heat icon Udonis Haslem remains unsure if he’s going to retire after the season ends.
Haslem signed a one-year deal with the Heat last summer and said at the beginning of the season he was leaning toward retiring with pal Dwyane Wade.
However, after thinking it over, Haslem is undecided now with the season almost over.
Haslem said no discussion with Heat about presentation for him (along with Wade) next Tuesday since not sure about retirement.
— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) April 5, 2019
Haslem has only played in eight games this season for the Heat. He’s pretty much on the team for his veteran leadership at this point.
Haslem has spent his entire NBA career with the Heat. He’s the all-time rebounding leader in franchise history and beloved in South Beach.
The Heat are 38-40 on the season. They are currently in the ninth spot in the Eastern Conference standings. All of Miami is hoping the team can make the playoffs so they can watch Wade play in the postseason one final time before he retires.
Miami has four games left in the regular season. Every game is crucial for the team from here on out. They enter Friday a half game back of the Orlando Magic for the eighth and final playoff spot in the East. The team is in Minnesota to take on the Timberwolves.