Tyler Johnson eventually became a member of the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets, who were plagued by injuries, signed the bench before the start of the season.
Four years ago, Johnson almost became a net. He signed a $50 million four-year quotation form with them, but the Heat matched the quotation and he stayed in Miami.
After some success with Miami, Johnson was traded to the Phoenix Suns in the 2018-19 season. He struggled with Phoenix, with a 3-point percentage of only 30.2% and an overall percentage of 37.5%. He made 36.7% of his three-pointers in Miami and 43.7% in Miami.
The Sun released Johnson early this season.
Due to the lack of depth of the Nets, when the team enters the playoffs, he should play an important role in the team. Johnson will strive to return his career to the track of the team he almost joined four years ago.