Miami Heat Bringing Back Two Key Pieces

The Miami Heat will do whatever they can to win the Eastern Conference again next season and it starts with bringing back some key pieces. Turns out they went two for two when the free-agency period opened up on Friday.

The team has reportedly agreed to deals with point-guard Goran Dragic and forward Meyers Leonard. Dragic signed a two-year deal worth $37.4 million, while Leonard agreed to a two-year deal worth around $9 million that includes a team option.

Dragic, who injured his foot during the Finals is a favorite amongst his teammates, and Jimmy Butler even threatened there would be violence if the team didn't re-sign him.

Dragic was a beast for the Heat in the playoffs, averaging almost 20 points a game, while Leonard was also a solid depth piece for the team.

The band is back together, look for the Heat to make another deep run next season. 

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