In what is either a prelude to the
McRoberts agreed to a four-year, $23-million contract that included a player option for the fourth year. Granger agreed to a two-year, $4.2-million contract. Both deals cannot officially be announced until the free-agent moratorium ends Thursday.
The deals give Heat President
Other financial tools at the Heat's disposal to fill out the roster are a $2.2-million trade exception as well as a slew of veteran's minimum contracts. Of course, that's in addition to the team's ability to exceed the salary cap by re-signing its own free agents.
"Obviously we did it with the hope that enough of them will be there," Conley told the newspaper. "That doesn't mean we did it with the expectation that all will come back."
Bosh is being pursued by the
McRoberts, a 6-foot-10 power forward and center, is coming off his best