Jun 15, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (3) warms up before game five of the 2014 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs at AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Heat Rumors: Dwyane Wade may re-sign no matter what


The Miami Heat need to start figuring something out when it comes to their free agent hunt as they’re coming up empty everywhere they look and everywhere they aren’t as well. Even if the team had no interest in Marcin Gortat, Kyle Lowry and others, everytime a player signs a little bit of the future dies for the Heat.

But when it comes to which members of the Big 3 will be returning in 2014-15, it seems that Dwyane Wade is the most likely to return. LeBron James is the hottest ticket on the market right now and Chris Bosh is a max contract player as well, but the broken body of Dwyane Wade has seemingly one home and it’s in South Beach.

Like how Kobe Bryant couldn’t leave the Lakers a few years ago, it’s just hard to see Wade leaving his team for another one even if the Big 3 disperse.

Wade was there before the Big 3, he was there during and the chances of him being there when after with a broom to clean up the confetti are rather high. LeBron gets all the love for the Heat success but it’s Wade’s team and him leaving just makes no sense whatsoever.

Tags: Miami Heat NBA Free Agency

  • Bob Fusky

    He “may” resign? Who else is going to give D Wade this amount of money for multiple years with his injury concerns? He’s resigning, so is Bosh and, sorry, so is LeBron James. They’ll all be back in Miami next season, probably with some new help via free agency: http://straighthoops.com/sorry_youre_not_getting_lebron.html

    • KA

      Probably, but not with much FA help, and that’s not an Adrian Wojnarowski article you linked to, I wouldn’t put to much stock in it. They won’t be able to afford anyone on Luol Deng’s level and keep all 3. It’s time to hope Trevor Ariza makes the difference.

    • J Taylor

      Spamming your web site is as bad as false rumors from Bleacher Report or Fansided.
      STOP!

  • Amanda Sara

    The Heat is my team. LeBron or not. More than ever we are going to the Heat games. The Miami Heat games. Win or not. Frankly, we were getting a bit too much of a LeBron show. At the end, it takes more than LeBron to win.