NBA veteran point guard Goran Dragic plans to re-sign with the Miami Heat, per Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press.

Dragic, 34, played a pivotal role on the Heat, this past season’s Eastern Conference champions, propelling them in the playoffs before a foot injury knocked him out of all but two of the six-game 2020 NBA Finals series defeat.

Dragic is signing a two-year deal worth $37.4 million, per Shams Charania of The Athletic.

A one-time All-Star, Dragic won the Most Improved Player award back during the 2013-14 season with the Phoenix Suns.

Goran Dragic arrived in Miami when the Heat traded for the Slovenia native in Feb. 2015. Since then, he’s averaged 16.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 5.3 assists per game in 341 total regular-season appearances for the South Beach franchise.

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The Heat are also re-signing big man Meyers Leonard, per Reynolds. It is reportedly another two-year deal like Dragic with around $9 million per year.

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