ESPN.com's Nick Friedell reports "nobody would be surprised" if Wade did not stay in Chicago. "The young players on the Bulls really can't stand Dwyane", adding, "it's no secret they have had enough". Of course, if they can't find a trade partner and their out of the playoff race, as is expected, Chicago can move forward without a buyout, paving the way for D-Wade to reunite with LeBron in Cleveland.
Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler were critical of the team's younger players last season and publicly called them out last January while the team was in the middle of a rough stretch. Connecting the dots is easy: Miami and Cleveland make the most sense. He played 13 seasons for the Miami Heat, winning three NBA Final titles. However, NBC Sports' Dan Feldman suggests the Bulls could hang on to Wade until the trade deadline passes, in hopes of moving his $23.8 million expiring contract. The possibility was discussed on the Cleveland Plain Dealer's "Wine and Gold Talk Podcast", with Joe Vardon of the Plain Dealer saying that people close to James were confident that at some point Wade would be a Cavalier.
Wade can still help a contender.
None of this means Wade will play basketball for the Heat next season (or in 2018, for that matter), but it certainly is fun to speculate what it would be like if he pulled on a Heat uniform again.
The Nuggets offense is so that if they were to incorporate a high-touch player like Wade, they'd need him to be someone who can fit seamlessly into their flow.
For Heat fans who are anticipating a Wade reunion in Miami, a positive sign increased the likelihood of that event occurring in the near future when WINZ radio host Andy Slater tweeted a surprising bit of news on Monday night. Wade may consider coming off the bench in a Manu Ginobili-type role, but that seems like a longshot.
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