Miami, Duncan Robinson Agree to Record-Breaking Contract

Heat small forward Duncan Robinson drives to the basket against the Celtics.

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.

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 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.

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Shyam Ramachandran
Shyam Ramachandran is a senior in the John Curley Sports Center majoring in Sports Broadcast Journalism, at Penn State University. He is the founder and head writer of "theFanalyst" where he has written over 240 articles on various NFL/NBA topics. He most recently contributed to the Women’s Basketball beat for The Daily Collegian at Penn State and is an around the NFL writer at

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