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Report: James Johnson agrees to 4-year deal to stay with Heat

J.J. rejoins Miami Heat

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MIAMI – The Miami Heat and free agent James Johnson have reportedly agreed on a four-year contract that will keep the forward in Miami, per ESPN.

Johnson's agent tweeted the deal was done and multiple reports said it was worth around $60 million.

Johnson had a break out season in his first year with the Heat in 2016-2017 as he averaged a career-best 12.8 points per game and 3.6 assists per game.

Other reports had the Heat also signing seven-footer Kelly Olynyk  to a four-year $50 million contract.