Eddie House Signs 2-Year Deal With Heat
The Heat continued to fill out the remainder of their roster, signing veteran sharp-shooter, and Bay Area legend, Eddie House to a 2-year contract Thursday. The deal is worth about $3 mil and should be a great move for the Heat, who needed another shooter on the roster to go along with Mike Miller.
House split time with the Celtics and Knicks last season and became somewhat of a legend during the 2009 NBA Playoffs for calling out then-Magic guard Rafer Alston. Alston slapped House in the head after getting a grill sandwich and some trash talked in his direction.
The Heat have assembled a very respectable supporting cast to help out the Big 3 and appear to be doing everything right to bring a ring back to Miami. The Heat now have more than the alloted maximum 15 players on their roster, which means one of the legendary vets on the squad make not actually make the team.