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Heat's Hassan Whiteside: Misses practice Friday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Whiteside missed practice Friday with a sore left knee, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sentinel reports.

The injury likely isn't anything serious for the center, who is fresh off signing a $98 million contract this offseason, but Whiteside does have a history with knee injuries. Most recently, he suffered from a sprained MCL in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, but said in June that it was no longer an issue. Nevertheless, Whiteside is probably being held out as a precaution, and unless reported otherwise, the injury should not hold him out for too long.

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Heat's Josh McRoberts: Dealing with stress fracture
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

McRoberts (foot) revealed Wednesday that he's recovering from a stress reaction in his left foot, which he suffered during the postseason last spring, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports.

McRoberts has been limited through the first few days of camp, but he said Tuesday that he expects to increase his activity level as the week progresses. It remains to be seen if he'll be ready when the preseason begins, but once healthy he'll compete with Derrick Williams, Luke Babbitt, James Johnson and perhaps Justise Winslow for minutes at the power forward spot following the (likely) absence of Chris Bosh, whose career could be over while he continues to battle blood clots.

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Heat's Josh McRoberts: Limited to start training camp
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

McRoberts (ankle/foot) opened training camp as a limited participant Tuesday, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. "It was an injury from about five weeks ago, with his ankle and foot," coach Erik Spoelstra said. "But he's actually rehabbing well. So he'll be doing more and more this week."

McRoberts didn't go through any team drills Tuesday, but was seen going through some shooting drills following the Heat's practice session. He expects to have his participation pick up as the week progresses, but it's yet to be announced whether he'll be cleared for the start of the preseason schedule. With Chris Bosh (blood clots) unlikely to play again for the Heat, McRoberts should have a chance to contend for a starting role at power forward and could see a decent increase in playing time after averaging just 14.2 minutes per game a season ago.

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Heat's Chris Bosh: Miami career believed to be over
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Heat president Pat Riley said Monday that he believes Bosh's (blood clots) Heat career is likely over, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. "We are not working toward his return," Riley said.

Riley's comments more or less confirm what Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski had suggested over the weekend, as Heat team doctors once again denied Bosh's return to the court by failing him in his pre-training camp physical. With Bosh having already suffered setbacks with blood clots in back-to-back seasons and still showing evidence of clotting in his left calf, it's looking quite possible that we've seen the last of him at the NBA level, since a return to the court would pose major medical risks. The Heat will still pay Bosh the remaining $76 million owed on his contract, but he'll have to remain on the 15-man roster until at least Feb. 9 in order for his salary not to count against the Heat's cap. Expect him to be waived after that date.

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Heat's Josh Richardson: Sheds knee brace
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Richardson (knee) is no longer wearing a brace and will be limited during the early stages of training camp, Shandel Richardson of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Richardson was diagnosed with a partially torn MCL less than three weeks ago, but is already making tangible progress in his recovery. The young guard is expected to be able to participate in some on-court work during camp, though it's unclear if he'll be healthy enough to play in any of Miami's preseason contests, given the initial six-to-eight-week timetable he received. That being said, Richardson looks primed to be back in the fold no later than the first couple weeks of the regular season, which shouldn't hurt his stock too much heading into fantasy drafts.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGDwyane Wade , SG19
RPGHassan Whiteside , C11.8
APGGoran Dragic , PG5.8
FG%Hassan Whiteside , C60.6
FT%Chris Bosh , PF79.5
3P%Joe Johnson , SG38.3
BLOCKSHassan Whiteside , C269
STEALSDwyane Wade , SG79
MPGJoe Johnson , SG33.4
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