A: In the end, Jae Crowder got what he wanted in terms of a long-term, guaranteed contract, which is important at 30 years old. In addition, the Suns, although not candidates for the championships, will certainly be candidates for the playoffs next season. Still, when you look at the math, the $ 14 million Heat offered him for the upcoming season, plus the mid-level they could offer next summer after landing a major free agent, could almost be measured in two years with what he gets with his three-year contract with $ 30 million Phoenix. Still, cash in hand is important, especially for a player who has only won one significant contract before this free agency. Yes, the heat will be lacking. But the reality is that in 2021, he is not free to look at him as a talent that outweighs the possibilities.