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The Miami HEAT Wraps Up the 2003 Pepsi Pro Summer League

Your Miami HEAT completed the Pepsi Pro Summer League with a 3-2 record. Both Caron Butler and rookie Dwyane Wade averaged 13.4 points per game throughout the series, tying for 7th in the league in scoring. Brian Cardinal ranked second in the league in steals.


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Recaps and Box Scores

July 8th: HEAT 72, Bucks 61
Last summer, the Miami HEAT made the short trip to Orlando and went a perfect 5-0 during Summer League action. Although the venue was different for the opening games this July, they picked up right where they left off. Caron Butler poured in a game-high 17 points, as Miami defeated Milwaukee, 72-61.

  • Game Recap
  • Box Score
  • July 9th: HEAT 82, Cavs 78
    Dwyane Wade scored 10 points, including the game-winning jumper with 4.1 seconds remaining, as the HEAT defeated Cleveland, 82-78, at the RDV Sportsplex. Caron Butler led the HEAT (2-0) with 15 points, while Sean Lampley added 11. James led the Cavaliers (1-1) and all scorers with 17 points on 7-of-18 shooting from the floor. Carlos Boozer added 15 points and a game-high 11 rebounds.
  • Game Recap
  • Box Score
  • July 10th: HEAT 69, Timberwolves 85
    Minnesota's Kirk Penney scored a team-high 16 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter, as the Timberwolves beat Miami, 85-69, at the Pepsi Orlando Pro Summer League from the RDV Sportsplex. Quincy Lewis and Igor Rakocevic each netted 14 points for Minnesota. Miami rookie Dwyane Wade led the way for the HEAT with 14 points.

  • Game Recap
  • Box Score
  • July 11th: HEAT 87, Magic 76
    Rookie Dwyane Wade poured in a game-high 20 points, leading Miami to an 87-76 victory over the Magic at the RDV Sportsplex. Jerome Beasley added 17 points for the HEAT, while Caron Butler chipped in with 15. Alton Ford paced the Magic with 16 points, and Keith Bogans scored 14.

  • Game Recap
  • Box Score
  • July 12th: HEAT 68, Pistons 75
    Tayshaun Prince poured in a game-high 25 points, as Detroit defeated Miami, 75-68, from the Pepsi Orlando Pro Summer League at the RDV Sportsplex on Saturday morning. The Pistons and HEAT both finished competition with a 3-2 record. Dwyane Wade finished an impressive week for the HEAT with a team-best 13 points, while former Gators product Udonis Haslem added nine points and a game-high 14 rebounds.

  • Game Recap
  • FEATURES
    On Monday July 7th, Oscar Torres spoke with HEAT.com in Spanish after practice at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The Miami HEAT will participate in the Pepsi Summer League in Orlando. In addition to the HEAT, participating teams include Orlando, Cleveland, Detroit, Minnesota, and Milwaukee. The league runs from July 8th thru the 12th.
  • Read the interview
  • En Español
  • HEAT SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER
    2003 MIAMI HEAT SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER

    2003 MIAMI HEAT SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER

    (as of July 7, 2003)

     

    No.          Name                                       Pos.         Ht.           Wt.          Birthdate                  College/Team                          

    42            Ismail Ahmed                          F              6-8           250          9-23-76                   Alexandria ’99                        

    41            Jerome Beasley                       F              6-10         241          5-17-80                   North Dakota ’03                  

    21            Caron Butler                           F              6-7           217          3-13-80                   Connecticut ’02                     

    7              Rasual Butler                          F              6-7           205          5-23-79                   La Salle ’02                            

    33            Brian Cardinal                         F              6-8           203          5-2-77                     Purdue ’00                             

    45            Marquis Estill                         F-C          6-9           236          9-15-81                   Kentucky ’03                         

    40            Udonis Haslem                       F              6-9           246          5-9-80                     Florida ’02                             

    32            Sean Lampley                         F              6-7           227          9-3-79                     California ’01                         

    44            Sean Marks                             C             6-10         250          8-23-75                   California ’98                         

    35            Hanno Mottola                       F              6-11         247          9-9-76                     Utah ’00                                 

    2              James “Scoonie” Penn            G             5-10         178          1-9-77                     Ohio State ’00                        

    25            Versile Shaw                           F              6-7           215          8-31-76                   UNC-Charlotte ’98                

    20            Ron Slay                                 F              6-8           240          6-29-81                   Tennessee ’03                        

    22            Meir Tapiro                            G             6-5           194          3-28-75                   Hapoel Jerusalem                   

    34            Oscar Torres                           F              6-5           195          12-18-76                 Venezuela                               

    5              Dwyane Wade                        G             6-4           210          1-17-82                   Marquette ’04                        

     

     

    STAFF

    Head Coach: Pat Riley (Kentucky ‘67)

    Assistant Head Coach: Stan Van Gundy (SUNY-Brockport ’81)

    Assistant Coaches: Bob McAdoo (North Carolina ’73), Keith Askins (Alabama ’90), Erik Spoelstra (Portland ’92)

    Assistant Coach/Strength & Conditioning: Bill Foran (Central Michigan ’77)

    Athletic Trainer: Ron Culp (Bowling Green ’68)