Miami Heat: Tracking 2024 Summer League Roster

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Pelle Larsson and Keshad Johnson will be two players on the Miami Heat’s 2024 Summer League roster. (Ryan Sun/Associated Press)

The 2024 NBA Draft has come and gone, and free agency is expected to begin in over 24 hours! The chaos around the NBA is only beginning!

But we are still roughly a week away from the Miami Heat tipping off in Summer League. They will play three California Classic games against the Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Lakers from July 6-10 in San Francisco, Calif.

That will be followed by five Summer League games in Las Vegas, Nev., beginning on July 13 against East rival and reigning NBA champion Boston Celtics.

All that being said, Miami’s still figuring out its 2024 Summer League roster. What does it look like now? Let’s break it down by position:


Alondes Williams
  • Williams ended last season on a two-way contract with the Heat. He is entering his third NBA season, averaging 21.7 points, 5.4 rebounds, 7.2 assists and 1.2 steals on 52.2 percent shooting, including 37.7 percent from deep (6.5 3PA) and 76.6 percent from the charity stripe.
Pelle Larsson, G/F, Arizona:
  • Drafted No. 44 overall, Larsson can do a little bit of everything offensively as a secondary creator. He’s also a lights-out shooter with a silky smooth form, knocking down 39.7 percent of his long-range attempts, including 42.6 percent of them last season.
Zyon Pullin, G, Florida
  • A 6-foot-4 guard with a 6-foot-6 wingspan, Pullin was one of the best point guards who went undrafted. He averaged 15.5 points on 57.4 percent true shooting, was an excellent decision-maker and a quality defender.
Isaiah Stevens, G, Colorado State
  • I’ve long been a fan of Stevens, who I categorized as one of the best pure playmakers in the class. He manipulates defenses while remaining very under control. He’s also a very capable scorer on spot-up and pull-up attempts, averaging 16.0 points (and 6.8 assists to just 2.4 turnovers) on 47.4/44.0/83.6 shooting splits a year ago.
Bryson Warren, G, Sioux Falls Skyforce:
  • Warren has played two seasons professionally and is still 19-years-old. He averaged 7.8 points and 1.9 assists on 49.6 percent true shooting in 17 regular season games last season.


(Isaiah Downing // USA Today Sports)


Cole Swider, F, Sioux Falls Skyforce
  • A deadeye shooter, Swider knocked down 47.1 percent of his 210 3-pointers … no, seriously. The downside is that he doesn’t add much else (outside of rebounding). He will likely be fighting for the team’s final two-way spot in July.
Keshad Johnson, F, Arizona
  • Johnson was the Heat’s top undrafted player on their board, signing him to a two-way deal. He’s an uber-athletic, strong wing who is very versatile defensively with an improved jump shot.



Kel’el Ware, C, Indiana
  • Drafted No. 15 overall by Heat, Ware was one of the most talented centers in the 2024 class. There have been concerns about his motor, but if there’s one organization to trust to get every last fiber out of a player, it’s this one. Despite that, he still averaged 15.9 points, 9.9 rebounds and 1.9 blocks last season.
Warren Washington, C, Texas Tech
  • Washington played for four schools in six collegiate seasons. He’s a good shot-blocker and can finish above the rim, averaging 9.7 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in 26.8 minutes per game last season. His season was cut short due to a foot injury.


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This is going to be fun to track. Summer Sioux Falls represent

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