Reports: Jae Crowder leaving Heat for Suns, Miami signing Avery Bradley

The Heat, in which the place is in the foreground until 2021, obliges players with only one guaranteed season.
That cost Miami Jae Crowder, who is making his way to the suns.
But the heat will rebound with Avery Bradley leaving the Lakers for the other team in the 2020 NBA Finals.
Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press:
Shams Charania from The Athletic:
Reynolds:
Most Phoenix can pay crowders over three years, with the exception of the intermediate tier: $ 29,162,700
That's a beautiful signature for the suns. They have their back room set with Devin Booker and Chris Paul, and Deandre Ayton is a centerpiece at the center. Mikal Bridges and Cameron Johnson are good young options for strikers. Phoenix's greatest need was a great striker, and Crowder fulfills it.
Bradley doesn't really fit a need in Miami. The heat has a crowded back yard with Goran Dragic, Tyler Herro, Duncan Robinson, Kendrick Nunn and Jimmy Butler. But Bradley at least offers another element with his stubborn defense of the guards. Butler is the best defender in this reigning group and more capable of defending strikers.
With Bradley and Maurice Harkless signing for a sum beyond mid-level taxpayer exemption, Miami is now highly competitive. If the semi-annual exemption is used for Harkless, the Heat could spend the remaining portion of its mid-level exemption (around $ 4 million) and stay below the luxury tax limit.
Reports: Jae Crowder leaves Heat for Suns, Miami to sign Avery Bradley. It originally appeared on NBCSports.com

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