• Heat sign veteran Andersen to 10-day contract

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Jan 22, 2013
    Miami signed Andersen to a 10-day contract over the weekend, though if all goes well they hope to keep him the rest of the season. He's on a 10-day contract, which means he'll likely be on another 10-day contract after that. Considering Andersen's intense competitive drive through the years, the Heat isn't overly concerned with Andersen's current form. The veteran forward-center signed a 10-day deal with the Heat on Sunday and worked out with his new club for the first time. That investigation is still on...
    Source: ESPN.com
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