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- Updated: July 15, 2014
The Miami Heat officially announced today that they have signed small forward James Ennis as the terms of the new deal were not discussed. Ennis has easily been one of the best talents on Miami’s summer league roster as he is averaging 15.5 points and five rebounds while shooting at an efficient 51.7 percent from the field and a mesmerizing 48 percent from the land of three.
Ennis spent his 2013-2014 season in the Australian Basketball League where he averaged 21 points and seven rebounds on 46.6 percent shooting as he led his Perth Wildcats to an Australian Basketball League championship. James finished third in the MVP race and was named All-Australian NBL Player of the Year.