Bam Adebayo
Miami Heat
Date Of Birth
18 July 1997
6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
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  • I miss the De’Aaron Fox/Bam Adebayo team ??
    23 Sep @ 12AM

  • @davidsvensports @yeakellayyeakellay I will concede your point though. 1. Dwyane Tyrone Wade Jr 2. James Johnson 3…
    22 Sep @ 10PM

  • @The_Step_Back: Defensive versatility is just one of the reasons Bam Adebayo should be starting for the Heat this year (by @jackfrank_jj…
    22 Sep @ 7PM

  • Defensive versatility is just one of the reasons Bam Adebayo should be starting for the Heat this year (by…
    22 Sep @ 7PM

  • @miaheatbeat: Video: @TheMapleRick got to talk with @Bam1of1 about Miami Pro League, his charity, hooping with @KyrieIrving and more. Fu…
    22 Sep @ 5PM

  • My debut for @The_Step_Back: The time is now for the Miami Heat to hand over the keys to Bam Adebayo and make him their…
    17 Sep @ 3PM

  • Impressive sequence from Bam Adebayo here, showcasing his defensive upside. Stays in front of Brandon Ingram on the swit…
    13 Sep @ 2AM

  • OFFICIAL: The Miami HEAT have exercised their third-year team option on Bam Adebayo.
    12 Sep @ 7PM

  • Bam Adebayo has to have one of the most diverse and intriguing skill sets of any young big in the league today. He looks…
    7 Aug @ 12AM

  • Bam Adebayo throwing it down CRAZY @Bam1of1 @MiamiProLeague_
    3 Aug @ 2AM

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  • Hassan Whiteside says he’s finally healthy, ready to bounce back in Miami

    The Miami Heat were playing the Philadelphia 76ers — the team with Joel Embiid in the paint — in the first round of the playoffs last April, and in crunch time where was Hassan Whiteside? Watching Kelly Olynyk and rookie Bam Adebayo get bulk of the minutes (Whiteside played just 10 minutes in the fifth and deciding game). After the series team president Pat Riley said Whiteside was not physically or mentally fully ready for the playoffs.
    2 Aug @ 7PM

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  • Hassan Whiteside on sitting vs. small lineups: “It’s bull—-. It’s really bull—-, man”

    If Hassan Whiteside was as good as Hassan Whiteside thinks he is, the Miami Heat wouldn’t have this problem. In the fourth quarter and overtime against Brooklyn Saturday night — a Miami loss that kept it from clinching a playoff spot — Whiteside was watching from the bench. Which is part of a pattern, coach Eric Spoelstra tends to match opponents small lineups in the fourth (often using Kelly Olynyk and his floor-spacing shooting on the court or rookie Bam Adebayo, although neither of them was on the court Saturday late).
    1 Apr @ 5PM

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  • Whiteside wants more minutes as Heat host Nets

    Center Hassan Whiteside is back in the Miami Heat starting lineup after a knee injury cost him 13 games. Some answers are expected on Friday night, when the Heat (18-16) play host to the lowly Brooklyn Nets (12-22). Spoelstra will have Kelly Olynyk, rookie Bam Adebayo and Whiteside at his disposal, and the latter said he is ready for increased minutes.
    28 Dec @ 9PM

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