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Omer Yurtseven again hopeful of something bigger from Heat

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

There was no bigger story, literally and figuratively, for the Miami Heat during 2021 summer league than Omer Yurtseven. Before the summer was over, there already was a guaranteed contract.
There was no bigger story for the Heat last December, amid the injury absence of starting center Bam Adebayo, than Yurtseven. During one stretch, he set a franchise rookie record with double-figure rebounds in 14 consecutive games. Included in that run were four consecutive games with at least 16 rebounds and four consecutive double-doubles.
Then Adebayo returned. And then it all ground to a halt, with...
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