HEAT Plan to Offer Dragic 5-Year, $80 Million Deal
The Miami HEAT already know Goran Dragic is bypassing his player option for next season to become a free agent July 1, but league sources say they plan to be highly aggressive in trying to secure a commitment from their new point guard early in free agency.
Sources told ESPN.com that the HEAT are planning to offer Dragic a five-year deal in excess of $80 million to keep him in Miami after acquiring the 2014 All-NBA third-team selection from Phoenix on trade deadline day in February.
Source: Marc Stein of ESPN
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