Avery Bradley is done with Lakers, will sign with Heat

Aakers Bradley, Guardian of the Lakers, plays a stern defense against Stephen Curry, Guardian of Warriors during a preseason game on October 5, 2019 in San Francisco. (Ezra Shaw / Getty Images)
Free agent security guard Avery Bradley has agreed to a two-year contract with the Miami Heat. The Times has confirmed this through those with knowledge of the situation who are not empowered to speak publicly about the matter.
Bradley, who quit his deal with the Lakers who would have paid him $ 5 million the next season, is set to sign $ 11.6 million.
Bradley waived playing with the Lakers when they went to the bubble of the Wide World of Sports Complex near Orlando, Florida to end the pandemic-delayed NBA season for health reasons.
But Bradley stayed on contract with his teammates throughout the franchise's 17th championship run.
In Bradley, who turns 30 next week, the Heat gets a dogged defender who picks up his offense while playing for the Lakers.
Bradley played 49 games for the Lakers last season, averaging 8.6 points in 24 minutes while shooting 44.4% off the field, 36.4% of which from three-point range.
- Broderick Turner
In other NBA developments on Saturday:
- Forward Gordon Hayward and the Charlotte Hornets have reached an agreement on a four-year deal for $ 120 million. Hayward, who turned down a $ 34 million player option with Boston, agreed to a four-year bidding form with the Hornets worth around $ 63 million in 2014, which was signed by Utah Jazz, Hayward's original team. He left jazz in 2017 for Boston and experienced his first season with the end of the Celtics on the opening night of the 2017/18 season when he suffered a terrible lower leg injury. In the following two seasons he averaged 14.0 points per game.
- Guard Fred VanVleet has agreed to re-sign with the Toronto Raptors. The deal is valued at $ 85 million over four years, with VanVleet holding an option for the final year. He was a key reserve on the 2019 Raptors Championship team, averaging 17.6 points and 6.6 points as a starter last season. He shot 39% out of the three-point range.
- The Atlanta Hawks reached a $ 10 million two-year contract with security guard Kris Dunn the day after Danilo Gallinari signed a three-year contract.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
This story originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times.
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