Goran Dragic took to Twitter on Friday and announced he has agreed to a new deal with the Miami Heat.
Dragic was hopeful to remain with the Heat and once free agency opened, he announced his agreement with Miami.
“I’m glad that I can announce that I’m staying with my family. Let’s finish the job we started,” Dragic, who played in the 2020 NBA Finals with Miami, tweeted.
Per Shams Charania of The Athletic, Dragic agreed to a two-year contract, worth $37.4M.
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