LeBron James and Dwyane Wade could reunite with Cavaliers

Aug 24, 2017, 02:14
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade could reunite with Cavaliers

ESPN.com's Nick Friedell reports "nobody would be surprised" if Wade did not stay in Chicago. The latest rumor, though, isn't about just any big-name player No, this delicious trail of National Basketball Association offseason breadcrumbs hints at the potential return of Dwyane Wade, the greatest player in Heat history. Wade chose his hometown Bulls over the Nuggets in 2016 but Denver's brass "really sold Wade" on their vision for the organization.

According to Miami sports radio host Andy Slater, Wade has moved his kids from Chicago and enrolled them in school in South Florida.

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.

The prospect of Dwyane Wade playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers has only been speculation, considering he's still under contract with the rebuilding Chicago Bulls. A buyout seems a matter of when, and Miami or Cleveland appear the most likely of landing spots. Wade who has 3 championships could possibly be on a hunt for his 4th title, and whom other to do it with than his close friend, LeBron James.

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Friedell says those players didn't appreciate Wade questioning their desire to win when Wade himself was not walking his talk, particularly as he sat out practices.

"Obviously this is something that D-Wade helped build", Whiteside added, "so obviously this city and us as a team being able to have somebody like that on our team would be wonderful".

Time is ticking down for both sides if indeed Wade would like to go to another team for the 2017-2018 season. Miami is set in the backcourt, with Goran Dragic and Dion Waiters developing a chemistry last season that never materialized between Dragic and Wade.

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. In late April, Wade said he'd keep an open mind about coming off the bench.