Miami Heat?s star shooting guard, Dwyane Wade has left the team to join Chicago Bulls. Although Wade has signed two year contract with Bulls, there are rumors that the Bulls can trade him to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Wade rejected the $41.5 million offer from Miami amid negotiations with team president Pat Riley. He has accepted a two-year deal worth $47 million from the Chicago Bulls. This is the first time Wade is changing teams. He has played 13 consecutive seasons with Miami Heat. He helped guide the Heat to five trips to the NBA Finals and three championships.
There are rumors that the Bulls have signed Dwyane Wade for the publicity of the team. They could let him go if their experiment fails. Host of The Herd radio, Nick Wright thinks that the Bulls are just looking to sell tickets using Wade. He seems very confident that he has even said that Wade would soon join LeBron James in Cleveland Cavaliers, reported Sportsrageous.
The twitter post of The Herd reads, ?LeBron and D-Wade teammates again? thinks it happens this season.?
In a recent episode of The Herd, Wright said, ?If it all clicks (for Chicago), great. If it doesn?t, guess what we know for a fact. The Cavs will trade for Dwyane Wade. The Cavs could because of their trade exceptions? Iman Shumpert, Channing Frye, all of their trade exceptions and a couple of first-round picks to sweeten the pot for Chicago.?
? Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) July 8, 2016
He has even mentioned the possible date for the deal between the Cavaliers and Bulls.
?People in Miami, people around that team in Miami think that that is part of this math for Dwyane Wade. The discussion in Miami is you watch December 15th when he?s eligible to be traded and Cleveland will call for him,? he added.
On the other hand, Miami Heat is looking for a replacement of Dwyane Wade. There are rumors that the franchise could sign Lance Stephenson to fill the void. If Miami fails to sign the deal with Stephenson, they could go for one of these players: Dion Waiters, J.R. Smith or Randy Foye.
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