While the Heat was still trying to comprehend Dwyane Wade‘s departure, they had only 3-days to make another high-dollar decision.
Early Thursday morning, restricted free-agent guard Tyler Johnson signed a $50 million 4-year deal with the Nets.
According to the report, the deal includes “poison pill” provisions in the third and fourth years, priced respectively at more than $18 million and $19 million, to affect the Heat’s salary cap and dishearten Miami from keeping Johnson.
Of course, the departure of Wade puts the offer sheet for Johnson in a motivating context.
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