Per ESPN's Marc Stein, the Miami Heat plan to offer a 5 year - $80 million contract to Goran Dragic at the outset of free agency. They hope their aggressive pursuit of Dragic will result in his re-signing. Dragic bypassed his player option for the 2015-2016 season, electing instead to become a free agent.
Miami is the only team that can offer a 5 year deal to Dragic, but they are still offering well below the max. A max deal for Dragic would be 5 years - $100+ million, and the Heat are not even close to that. The Heat are in a tricky place though, as they must negotiate with Dragic, while also dealing with Dwyane Wade and Luol Deng's potential free agency (both have player options they may choose to decline).
Other suitors, specifically the Knicks and Lakers could be in play for Dragic if they are willing to pony up the max. The Knicks and Lakers could not offer a 5th year, but their 4 year max would be worth over $80 million. When Dragic demanded a trade from the Suns, he made it clear he would only re-sign with the Knicks, Lakers, or Heat. And while all teams are very well in play, Heat President Pat Riley is very confident with their chances to retain Dragic, saying "If he doesn't re-sign, my ass will be in that seat next to the reporters next year."
I always trust Riley, so I think its likely that we'll all be looking at Dragic in a Heat uniform next year. But then again, if Tywin Lannister can be blindsided, so can Riley.