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April 4, 2015 Updates

On the other end, Wade’s sometimes backup, Mario Chalmers, questioned his place on the team. As one of the Heat’s only uninjured players, Chalmers knows he has a lot to offer, but at this point he’s not quite sure how to do it. Seven games remain of this bewitched and broken season. “I don’t even really know what my role is on this team anymore,” Chalmers told the Miami Herald. “I don’t know what I’m supposed to be doing.” Miami Herald

After Wade’s injury in the second quarter, Chalmers backed up both Goran Dragic and rookie Tyler Johnson, who started the second half at shooting guard. Chalmers wasn’t complaining about his role on Thursday in that visiting locker room in Cleveland. He just couldn’t really explain it. “I don’t know,” Chalmers said. “It’s something I’ve never experienced before. This is something new to a lot of people on this team, but we’ve got to make it work.” Miami Herald

It’s all battlefield promotions and duct-taped ideas at this point, especially with Wade once again going down. Nothing makes sense anymore. “A lot of people are out of rhythm, and you really don’t know what’s going to happen — when you’re going to get the ball, when you’re going to shoot it, you just never know. You just got to be ready for everything, I guess,” Chalmers said. Miami Herald

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November 23, 2014 Updates

Dwyane Wade: Great win tonite fellas.. I'm proud of the way @mchalmers15 has played this season and especially since I've been out. #MIP #HeatNation. Mario Chalmers: @DwyaneWade thanks big bro. I'm holding it down till u get back. Twitter @mchalmers15

November 18, 2014 Updates

Bosh delivered the dagger — a 3-pointer 1:23 from the end that brought that 11-point lead. He credited Chalmers, who credited coach Erik Spoelstra, who credited everybody — including three rookies (James Ennis, Shabazz Napier and Andre Dawkins) who played together. Miami, on the tail end of a back-to-back, was without Dwyane Wade (hamstring), Luol Deng (wrist) and Josh McRoberts (foot). “We’re going to put the ball in [Chalmers’] hands sometimes, especially late in the game and especially with guys out. We were relying on him a bit and he came through,” said Bosh, who had a key offensive rebound that led to his own jumper, Chalmers assisting, to ignite the key 9-2 streak. New York Post

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Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers has listed a Miami condominium formerly owned by the hip-hop artist Drake for sale at $4 million. The residence, which featured prominently in the music video for the DJ Khaled song “I’m on One,” consists of two merged units within the Marquis Residences with vaulted interiors, floor-to-ceiling glass and a marble staircase. Combined, the two-story floor plan contains a chef’s kitchen, a den, a game room, a wet bar, five bedrooms and five baths in 5,475 square feet of living space. Los Angeles Times

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The Miami HEAT announced today that they have re-signed guard Mario Chalmers. As per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “It’s great to have Mario back,” said HEAT President Pat Riley. “We’re happy that he wants to continue his career in Miami, he’s one of our core players, and I believe he will have a great season.” NBA.com

The loss of LeBron James stings. No way around that. But Heat president Pat Riley didn't sulk. At least not for too long. Two days after reaching a new deal with forward Chris Bosh and hours after landing free-agent forward Luol Deng, Riley on Sunday continued to fill roster spots. The Heat will re-sign point guard Mario Chalmers and big man Chris Andersen, a person familiar with the deal told USA TODAY Sports. USA Today Sports

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