The Miami Heat have stayed hot to start off free agency, signing Kyle Lowry to a three-year deal worth $90 million via a sign-and-trade. Shortly after that move, the Heat awarded their franchise star Jimmy Butler with a four-year deal worth in excess of $184 million.
Next up: Duncan Robinson.
Duncan Robinson – host of the @TheLongshotPod – has agreed to a 5-year, $90M contract to stay with the Miami Heat, his agent Jason Glushon of @GlushonSM tells ESPN. The deal, largest ever for an undrafted player, also includes an ETO after the fourth year.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) August 2, 2021
The sharpshooter is staying in Miami on a five-year, $90 million pact. Robinson’s new contract is the most for an undrafted player ever, as Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com relays.
Similar to Lowry, Robinson also gets awarded with a $90 million deal. However, Robinson’s deal is over the course of five seasons compared to Lowry’s three seasons. That brings Robinson’s pay to around $18 million annually compared to that Lowry’s $30 million annually.
Miami has done a great job taking care of business thus far in free agency and improving their roster with the addition of Lowry.