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Kabongo, Drew among those on Heat summer roster

MIAMI (AP) - Former Texas guard Myck Kabongo and the son of Milwaukee Bucks coach Larry Drew are among those on Miami's roster for the Orlando and Las Vegas summer leagues.

Kabongo averaged 14.6 points in 11 games this past season for Texas. Larry Drew II averaged 5.5 points in his 4-year career at North Carolina and UCLA.

Some other names on the Miami summer roster include Heat reserve Jarvis Varnado; James Ennis, the second-round pick acquired in a draft-night trade with Atlanta; and Ricky Sanchez, the Puerto Rican forward drafted as a 17-year-old by Portland in 2005 but still has not appeared in the NBA.

Dan Craig, an assistant on Erik Spoelstra's Miami staff, will coach the Heat summer teams.

The Orlando league opens Sunday, and Las Vegas starts July 12.

 

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