Goran Dragic Rumors

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Goran Dragic
Goran Dragic
Position: G
Born: 05/06/86
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:179 lbs. / 81.6 kg.
A: First, neither Goran nor his agent have publicly come out and demanded the max, nor has Riley said anything about offering the max. Yes, Dragic wants to get paid, and spoke late in the season about the security of the extra year the Heat is allowed to offer. But you can bet that, just as he has and will with Dwyane Wade, Riley will present Dragic with a list of possibilities that will include how much he could earn in relation to the quality of supporting pieces that can be placed around him. The only thing you’ve read in this space is that Dragic has Riley over barrel, with the Heat having already committed two potential lottery picks to the Suns. The Dragic scenario is another example of seeing how the cult of Riley is (or is not) able to maximize the Heat’s possibilities. There are many ways that Goran’s Heat offer can be constructed.
One friend of Wade pointed out that Dragic’s future is another chip that Wade holds in negotiations, because the chances of Dragic bolting this summer would increase if Wade does. For Dragic, one of the appealing aspects of re-signing with Miami is playing alongside Wade. Dragic prefers to remain with the Heat (and playing with Wade), but the Lakers and Knicks, among others, are ready to pounce if Dragic considers other options.

Heat may play faster to please Goran Dragic

Heat guard Goran Dragic, an impending free agent, feels strongly that the Heat must play faster and has been assured that’s a key part of the Pat Riley/Erik Spoelstra master plan, according to an an associate. We’re told Dragic very much likes Spoelstra and Riley and nothing to this point has changed regarding the Heat’s status as front-runners to keep him. The Lakers, Knicks, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Sacramento are all expected to have interest