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Miami Heat: Four reasons why they can be 2016 Champions.

With the recent reports of re-signing of Goran Dragic (5-year, $90 million) and Dwyane Wade (1-year, $20 million) and Luol Deng opting in to his player option ($10 million), the Miami Heat has succeeded in its major offseason goals. The crucial question now is if this starting lineup, which will be paid in excess of $67 million alone, can realistically deliver a third championship...
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Hassan Whiteside asks to borrow money from Goran Dragic after new deal is announced

12 hours in and NBA free agency is already off and running with Goran Dragic reportedly agreeing to a lucrative deal to remain with the Miami Heat. According to a report published by ESPN NBA insider Marc Stein on Wednesday morning, the deal is for five years and $90 million, with a player option after...Read More
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Miami Heat News: Heat Sign Goran Dragic to 5-Year, $90 Million Deal

It’s official—Goran Dragic is returning to the Miami Heat. Per multiple sources, including Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowksi and ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Heat have re-signed Dragic to a five-year, $90 million deal. The last year of the deal will include a player option. The contract is a lot less than the estimated max of $108 million, which gives the Heat flexibility in their attempt...
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Report: Goran Dragic, Heat Agree to 5-Year Deal

The Miami Heat were expected to lock up Goran Dragic, and the franchise didn’t waste much time accomplishing that. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, the point guard has agreed to a five-year max contract with the Heat. Goran Dragic has reached agreement on a five-year, $90 million deal with the Miami Heat, league sources tell Yahoo Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski...
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Heat, Goran Dragic agree on five-year, $90 million contract

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsThe Miami Heat and free agent guard Goran Dragic have “come to terms” on a five-year deal with a player option after the fourth year. On first day of free agency, sources tell ESPN that the Heat and Dragic have come to terms on five-year deal with player option after Year 4 — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 1, 2015 ESPN sources say Goran...
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Marc Stein: ‘Goran Dragic is Basically a Lock to Stay with the Heat’

The status of Miami Heat free agent point guard Goran Dragic may not be as dire as first thought, since ESPN’s Marc Stein has tweeted that Dragic is pretty much a “lock” to return to the team for the 2015-16 season. The expectation leaguewide is that Goran Dragic is basically a lock to stay with the Heat. D-Wade and Deng … not as lock-y as we thought — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine...
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Miami Heat News: Goran Dragic to Officially Become Free Agent on July 1

What was long expected has now become official—Goran Dragic will become a free agent on July 1. The Miami Heat point guard allowed his opt-in deadline to pass, which automatically makes him a free agent. His agent, Rade Filipovich, confirmed on Monday to The Sun Sentinel that his client will become a free agent on July 1. Some clarification: Dragic’s had opt-in deadline, which...
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Report: Heat Won’t Offer Goran Dragic Max Deal

The Miami Heat made the bold move to acquire disgruntled guard Goran Dragic from the Phoenix Suns in a deal this past February. They did so with the understanding that he could become a free agent this summer. It’s now being reported by ESPN’s Marc Stein that Miami’s anticipated offer to Dragic will fall short of the four-year, $85 max deal that other teams can offer the 29...
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Heat to offer Goran Dragic five-year deal but not for max

Miami Heat point guard Goran Dragic is an unrestricted free agent this summer and the team is intent on retaining him. But apparently not intent enough to offer him a max deal. ESPN NBA insider Marc Stein reported on Saturday night that the Heat are planning to extend Dragic a 5-year, $80 million offer once...Read More
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Miami Heat News: Heat Plan to Offer Goran Dragic 5-Year, $80M Deal

According to Marc Stein of, the Miami Heat are prepared to offer coveted point guard Goran Dragic a five-year $80 million deal. The 29-year-old point guard has already stated that he would bypass his player option for next season to become a free agent on July 1. The Heat are the only team that can offer Dragic a five-year deal this summer, who has said in the past that...
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