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1989-90 Miami Heat Transactions

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Record: 18-64, Finished 5th in NBA Atlantic Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: Ron Rothstein (18-64)

PTS/G: 100.6 (24th of 27) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 110.3 (24th of 27)
SRS: -9.59 (27th of 27) ▪ Pace: 101.0 (6th of 27)
Off Rtg: 99.3 (27th of 27) ▪ Def Rtg: 108.9 (18th of 27)
Expected W-L: 18-64 (27th of 27)

Arena: Miami Arena ▪ Attendance: 615,328 (14th of 27)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.
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Transactions

Date Type Transaction
July 1, 1989 Waiver

Released Pearl Washington.

July 1, 1989 Waiver

Released Dave Popson.

July 1, 1989 Waiver

Released Craig Neal.

July 15, 1989 Signing

Scott Hastings signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Detroit Pistons.

September 28, 1989 Signing

Signed Terry Davis as a free agent.

October 2, 1989 Trade

Traded a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Steve Bardo was later selected) to the Golden State Warriors for Tellis Frank.

October 25, 1989 Waiver

Waived Sylvester Gray.

October 31, 1989 Waiver

Waived John Shasky.

March 1, 1990 Waiver

Waived Pat Cummings.

March 8, 1990 Signing

Signed Jim Rowinski as a free agent.

June 22, 1990 Trade

Traded a 1990 1st round draft pick (Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf was later selected) to the Denver Nuggets for a 1990 1st round draft pick (Willie Burton was later selected) and a 1990 1st round draft pick (Dave Jamerson was later selected).

June 27, 1990 Draft

Drafted Willie Burton in the 1st round (9th pick) of the 1990 NBA Draft.

June 27, 1990 Draft

Drafted Dave Jamerson in the 1st round (15th pick) of the 1990 NBA Draft.

June 27, 1990 Draft

Drafted Carl Herrera in the 2nd round (30th pick) of the 1990 NBA Draft.

June 27, 1990 Trade

Traded Rory Sparrow to the Sacramento Kings for Bimbo Coles.

June 27, 1990 Trade

Traded Carl Herrera and Dave Jamerson to the Houston Rockets for Alec Kessler.