Chicago Bulls' Jerian Grant defends Boston Celtics' Kelly Olynyk (41) during a first-round NBA playoff basketball game in Boston. The Miami Heat struck a four-year deal with Olynyk, a free agent.
Chicago Bulls' Jerian Grant defends Boston Celtics' Kelly Olynyk (41) during a first-round NBA playoff basketball game in Boston. The Miami Heat struck a four-year deal with Olynyk, a free agent. Michael Dwyer AP
Chicago Bulls' Jerian Grant defends Boston Celtics' Kelly Olynyk (41) during a first-round NBA playoff basketball game in Boston. The Miami Heat struck a four-year deal with Olynyk, a free agent. Michael Dwyer AP
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  • Waiters talks about re-signing with the Heat

    Miami Heats' Dion Waiters, 25, signed a four-year $52 million deal to remain in Miami and talked about it Saturday, July 8, 2017 at a celebrity softball game at Barry University.