The Miami Heat continue to bolster their lineup and retain their key free agents by signing Max Strus to a two-year and $3.5 million deal, first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
Strus spent last season as a two-way player for the Miami Heat and was a good addition to them and they loved his shooting and cutting ability.
Strus played in 39 games for Miami (many thanks to COVID) and shot 45% from the field and 33% from deep. Players and coaches always encouraged him to shoot. This year, Strus will be one of the Heat’s 15 players on the standard roster.
Strus is 25 years old.
The Heat are continuing to fill out their roster.