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Tyler Johnson Signs Offer Sheet With Nets

Jan 25, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson (8) passes around Chicago Bulls guard Aaron Brooks (0) during the second quarter at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

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JULY 7TH, 1:20am: Johnson has signed the offer sheet, Wojnarowski tweets. Miami will have three days to match Brooklyn’s offer.

JULY 3RD, 11:18am: The Nets will extend a $50MM offer sheet to Miami restricted free agent guard Tyler Johnson, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical. The four-year offer, which Johnson has agreed to sign, has a player option for the final season, tweets TNT’s David Aldridge.

Miami will have three days to decide whether to match the offer once Johnson signs it, which can happen as soon as the moratorium is lifted on Thursday. The deal is heavily backloaded, tweets Miami-based capologist Albert Nahmad, with Johnson receiving $5.628MM in the first season and $5,881,260 in the second, followed by $18,858,765 in season three and $19,631,975 in season four.

The Heat’s decision on Johnson will be heavily influenced by what happens with Kevin Durant, who is meeting with Miami officials today, and Dwyane Wade, who is reportedly talking to other teams after being unhappy with the Heat’s initial offer. If Miami matches Brooklyn’s offer, its cap hit will be equal to Johnson’s yearly salary, Nahmad tweets. If he goes to Brooklyn, the Nets will have a $12.5MM cap hit each year.

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13 thoughts on “Tyler Johnson Signs Offer Sheet With Nets

  1. wbp2005

    Man players are cashing in this year…

  2. BeanTownSports

    Really? 4yr – 50mill for Tyler Johnson? Lol

    • Z.....

      Same as Clarkson. Was anticipating this deal, so what are you talking about. Do you not know who he is? He is a combo guard that has improved his PG ability, and can defend, get to the rim, and shoot. Thats pretty valuable right now

      • Clarkson was balling out. This dude is a bench player.

        • Z.....

          look at their numbers again, and then realize that Tyler Johnson is also a better defender than he is…I really like Clarkson, but this isnt surprising at all. And if the Heat actually got KD, which they wont, they would have traded Dragic, and made Tyler the starter, so the bench comment is irrelevant. Even if he is a bench guy, that money is fine for that role if he continues what he has done

        • The guy is a bench player because he plays behind D-Wade and Dragic. If Clarkson was coming off the bench behind Lou Williams/Nick Young I doubt he would be “balling”.

          • Z.....

            that was probably the more obvious point that I should have made lol

      • BeanTownSports

        I know who he is. I wouldn’t have commented if I didn’t. Clarkson it the same deal

  3. wow… is it too late for me to start ballin? im 30… can dunk… so 3 years 40m right?

  4. Z.....

    Well, this might be it. The Heat could go over the cap, and match on Tyler Johnson to keep him, but as I pointed out previously, the last 2 years on this offer sheet with the Nets are for $19 and $20 million respectively. The cap hit for the Nets would be $12.5 million those years, but the Heat would take the full cap hits. This makes it a lot harder to match. Really hope we can still keep him, but I dont think they’ll match it. Congrats to Tyler Johnson. He absolutely deserves it. Definitely was a Miami Heat type player, and that new organization in Brooklyn, with Shaun Marks recognizes that. Hard worker, relentless attitude, tenacious defender, incredibly tough mentality, explosive getting to the rim, and can shoot the 3. He is definitely an example for anyone that doubts whether or not they can make it. If he is gone, I’m going to miss the reactions of players that dont realize he could jump that high when he dunks lol. Really wish he hadnt got hurt last year. That team has lost a few pieces now. We never got to see it fully healthy. If he leaves, Briante Weber becomes all the more important, and it also means its time for the Heat to get back out there and find the next Tyler Johnson. Regardless, he will always be remember who gave him a chance, and will therefore always be part of Heat Nation

  5. Grant Weddle

    There goes 1/5th of the lefty lineup probably.

  6. Pihc123

    Good young player

  7. TWolvesFan

    He’s going to be a bust on the nets he’s only good on the bench

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