Miami Heat may add Josh HarrellsonPosted by Inside Hoops
Former New York Knicks backup center Josh Harrellson is in the mix to be in the mix for the Miami Heat.
Dealt in the offseason to the Houston Rockets in the Marcus Camby sign-and-trade and later released, Harrellson auditioned for the Heat recently and is on the verge of doing so again.
Monday, on his Twitter account, Harrellson posted, “Kentucky it’s been fun! Glad I got to see everyone! Now heading to Miami for hopefully the next 9 months.”
Harrellson was drafted out of the University of Kentucky with the No. 45 pick of the 2011 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets, with his draft rights then traded to the Knicks.
Harrellson later re-tweeted a reply to his Twitter account emphasizing the “hopefully” part of his original post.
– Reported by Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel