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The Miami Heat have signed free agent point guard guard Larry Drew II, the team announced Tuesday.
Drew, 27, has spent most of his professional career in the G-League, and this is the third time he has signed with the Heat. He also played for Team USA in the recent FIBA AmeriCup tournament.
“Drew, 27, won a gold medal earlier this month as a member of the United States squad at 2017 FIBA AmeriCup,” Hoops Rumors wrote. “The 6’2″ guard averaged 4.6 points, 5.0 assists, and 2.0 rebounds in almost 19.5 minutes per game. In recent years, Drew has played internationally for teams in both Lithuania and Puerto Rico.”
Drew II is the son of Cleveland Cavaliers associate head coach Larry Drew, a former NBA first-round pick.
The Heat’s training camp roster is now at 18.