Jun 20, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade (left), LeBron James (center) and Chris Bosh (right) celebrate after game seven in the 2013 NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena. Miami defeated the San Antonio Spurs 95-88 to win the NBA Championship. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Dwyane Wade thinks LeBron James, Chris Bosh will all stay with Miami Heat next season

After this coming season, the Miami Heat are going to be facing a unique situation where all three members of the ‘Big Three’, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh can opt-out of their contracts.

Winners of back-to-back NBA titles, there’s little reason to leave Miami but the lure of NBA free agency is out there. It’s not something Dwyane Wade expects himself or the other two-thirds of the Big Three to dabble in though.

According to Wade, he thinks the Big Three will stay intact for the long haul and will do so in Miami.

Per the Miami Herald:

He said he has no reason to believe that any of the Big Three will sign elsewhere after next season, when he, LeBron James and Chris Bosh can exercise opt-out clauses.

While Wade may feel that way, the Miami Heat’s financial advisers may not.

With Bosh, Wade and James all scheduled to make over $20 million dollars this season and $21 million the next, the NBA’s luxury tax is going to come calling.

On a dollar for dollar tax, going over the NBA’s soft salary cap can become extremely expensive. So while the Heat will certainly do everything they can to keep James and Wade, it’s possible one of the three (*cough* Chris Bosh *cough*) could be on their way out in the next year or two.

Tags: Chris Bosh Dwyane Wade Lebron James Miami Heat

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  • Stanley Carr

    U stupid bosh is the key to this team, wade old with bad knees…. Come on man

    • Justin Oxford

      Chris Bosh scored zero points in the last game of the finals. Whatever excuse you want to lay out there, zero points from a starting player who earned roughly $18,000,000.00 last year is pretty much a big red flag of YOUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED!

      • Stanley Carr

        That is fair but, he was playing out of position last year, there’s no excuse for 0 points.. What I’m sayin is the way they run there offense they need a big man who can spread d floor, n if you remember ther 1st championship bosh was a major factor in several of those series including the championship… I apologize for the stupid comment… Just a difference of opinion…

    • dwadeallday

      Wade will put up a fight. He is way better than bosh

  • Karen Melanson Hartman

    Agree.. vv ,, but wouldn’t call you stupid Bryan

  • JustCurious

    I don’t see why it’s a big deal at all. If they all want to stay together, it’s simple: opt-out and restructure. I hope Wade and Bosh are willing to take lesser deals.