Today the Heat began the process of finalizing the prospects it intends to funnel to their G League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
Within hours of each other, the Heat announced that they have waived guards Jeremiah Martin and Mychal Mulder and signed guards Skyler Flatten and Bubu Palo.
Martin’s tenure in Miami started in July, while Mulder was signed a month ago. Neither prospect flashed enough to warrant consideration for two-way contracts.
Bubu Palo is a longstanding member of the Skyforce, playing the last five seasons in Sious Falls.
Flatten had a productive career at South Dakota State, starting every game of his senior season last year.
The shuffling of prospects throughout preseason to get looks at different players is not foreign operating procedure for the Heat in recent seasons.
The organization is widely regarded as one of the teams who has utilized the G League in many of the most forward thinking, innovative ways since 2006.