- Report: Ben Simmons Has Been Training With Dwyane Wade in Los Angeles
- Report: Udonis Haslem Joins LeBron James in Fight Against Black Voter Suppression
- Report: Miami Heat Interested in Acquiring Denver Nuggets’ Paul Millsap This Summer
- Meyers Leonard Fires NSFW Shot at NASCAR Driver for Quitting Because of Confederate Flag Ban
- Mario Chalmers Indicates He’s Ready to Replace NBA Players That Aren’t Willing to Return This Season
- Report: Miami Heat Players ‘All in’ for Restarting Season, Aren’t Pushing NBA to Change Protocols
- Chris Silva Opens Up About Heartbreaking Loss of Former Coach and ‘Father Figure’
- Report: Miami Heat Have ‘Made It Known’ They’ll Target Giannis Antetokounmpo, Victor Oladipo in 2021
- Report: ‘Faction of Players’ Discussing If NBA Restart Is ‘Good Idea’
- Video: Dwyane Wade, Erik Spoelstra Show Udonis Haslem Love During Massive Birthday Extravaganza
Miami Heat News: Willie Reed Working out with Udonis Haslem’s Trainer
- Updated: July 24, 2016
Willie Reed is already making the most of his offseason in Miami.
According to the video below, he has started working out with South Beach trainer Stanley Remy. Remy is currently veteran big man Udonis Haslem’s trainer.
— /r/Heat (@Heat_Reddit) July 21, 2016
If Willie Reed is working with Stan Remy this summer, that's a pretty good sign for Heat.
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) July 20, 2016
Tim Reynolds, from the Associated Press, pointed out how working with Remy could be a great start for Reed. Learning from the likes of Haslem next season could help the youngster grow and develop into a well-rounded NBA player.
Remy has also posted videos of workouts with Tyler Johnson this offseason.
Reed has shown a keen interest in developing his game in the Heat’s system. He turned down some other more lucrative offers to play for the minimum on the Heat. His oft-stated goal has been to improve his overall game and specifically grow on the offensive end of the floor.
The former Brooklyn Net has stated that he wants to grow in the Heat’s developmental system and hopefully this is a step in that direction. As a possible backup to Hassan Whiteside, we may be seeing a lot more of Reed this fall.