Goran Dragic's Return Could Make Heat 'LeBron's Biggest Obstacle' in East

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Goran Dragic and the Miami Heat agreed to a five-year, $90 million deal Wednesday, the opening day of 2015 free agency, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Dragic, who opted out of his contract with the Heat on June 22, got a $60 million salary increase from his last four-year, $30 million contract originally signed with the Phoenix Suns

How will Dragic's re-signing affect the Miami Heat next season?

Bleacher Report's senior writer Howard Beck joins Stephen Nelson to break down the deal and the impact it will have on the Heat's title chances for 2015-16.

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