Miami Heat

April 16, 2016 6:33 PM

Miami Heat assistant coach Keith Smart back with team after cancer treatments

Heat assistant coach Keith Smart returned to the team Thursday following 30 rounds of chemotherapy

Sunday’s game will be Smart’s first home game with the Heat since Jan. 19

Smart, who discovered he had a rare form of skin cancer, lost 27 pounds and still can’t eat properly

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