You have a better shot of winning the lottery — than making it to the NBA — but Tyler Johnson is the perfect example of what hard work and true belief can get you.
The Miami Heat are one of the best organizations in the world at finding and developing talent — so Johnson’s rise from undrafted free-agent two-years ago to now is a testament to everyone involved.
The backup point guard has agreed to sign a four-year, $50-million offer sheet from the Brooklyn Nets, sources told Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.
Miami will have three days to match the offer — but Dwyane Wade is already saluting Johnson — regardless of where he ends up playing.
Johnson averaged 8.7 points, three rebounds, and 2.2 assists in 36 games, and received this shout out from D-Wade moments ago on social media.
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