Hasbrouck signs with Heat....if you haven't heard
Here's what ran in our paper on Wednesday.
Move over LeBron, former Siena basketball star Kenny Hasbrouck has resigned with the Miami Heat.
Hasbrouck led the Heat’s 2010 summer league team with 13.6 points in 28.6 minutes per game.
Teams of the deal were not disclosed per team policy.
Last year, he signed two separate 10-day deals before resigning for the remainder of the season in early April.
The Heat have drawn national attention for signing LeBron James and Chris Bosh, to form a super trio with Dwayne Wade.
Hasbrouck’s deal is not guaranteed until Dec. 1, but gives him a chance to earn a roster spot.
The 6-foot-3 Hasbrouck helped Siena College win first-round NCAA Tournament games in 2008 and 2009 and would be the first former Saints player to appear in the NBA.
Hasbrouck was the most decorated Siena men’s basketball player, helping the team to two NCAA Tournaments, winning Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year award as a freshman, being named MAAC Player of the Year as a senior and scored 1,917 points to stand fourth on the school’s all-time list.
Hasbrouck flew to Miami Wednesday after being in Albany for a drunk-driving class.