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The deadline for players to be playoff-eligible is Sunday, meaning the Heat have until then to finalize the roster they will take to the postseason if they make it. Combo forward Henry Walker is on a 10-day deal that began last Saturday, so Miami has flexibility with two of its spots. Palm Beach Post

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"We've kept our eyes on him from afar in Sioux Falls," Spoelstra said Friday. "He's had a very efficient season. He's a multi-dimensional player who can play a couple of different positions. He's gotten himself in much better condition, much better shape this year, and I think you're seeing better productivity on the court. Our coaches obviously have worked with him all year and they've seen a different player this year than in the past. It's a 10-day. It gives us an opportunity right now to take a look at him. We're a little bit undermanned." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Jason Lieser: Small forward Henry Walker (formerly Bill Walker) has agreed to a 10-day contract with #Heat that begins Saturday. Twitter @PBPjasonlieser

One of the larger questions surrounding the NBA D-League Showcase on day 2 was not who the next Call-Up will be, but why Bill Walker changed his name to Henry Walker? Well, DleagueDigest.com asked Walker about the change, and the laid back former NBA player commented, “It’s just about growing up, I never liked the name Billy and everybody called me that. My Mom even wondered why everyone called me Billy. I just wanted to get out it. I’m growing up and getting older, and I just felt like it was time to drop that name.” D-League Digest

January 7, 2014 Updates

One of the larger questions surrounding the NBA D-League Showcase on day 2 was not who the next Call-Up will be, but why Bill Walker changed his name to Henry Walker? Well, DleagueDigest.com asked Walker about the change, and the laid back former NBA player commented, “It’s just about growing up, I never liked the name Billy and everybody called me that. My Mom even wondered why everyone called me Billy. I just wanted to get out it. I’m growing up and getting older, and I just felt like it was time to drop that name.” D-League Digest

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