The spotlight is on the Miami Heat roster days after Lebron James confirms he's heading back to Cleveland.
Lebron's departure taken in stride by most of his teammates like Chris Bosh, Chris "Birdman" Anderson and Mario Chalmers who ink deals to wear Heat jerseys next season.
Steve "Goldie" Goldstein of 940 WINZ says you can credit Heat President Pat Riley for keeping the team together.
Riley is reportedly finalizing new deals for Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem.
Heat fans can begin to relax... next season's team may not look completely different from the ones that won NBA Championships.
Heat top brass are supposedly working on finalizing new contracts for Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem.
But Sunday they re-signed point guard Mario Chalmers, who quickly Tweeted out about his two-year deal...
Proud to say I'm back wit the heat. Heat nation we still here— Mario Chalmers (@mchalmers15) July 13, 2014
Yahoo! Sports was the first to report Sunday night the deal was sealed on a multi-year contract for Chris "Birdman" Anderson.
While no one can replace LeBron James, Luol Deng will get $20-million over two years to try his best.
Also expected to formally sign on the dotted line soon are Danny Granger, Josh McRoberts and draft pick Shabazz Napier.
(Photo: Win McNamee / 2013 Getty Image)