ESPN Analyst Claims Dwyane Wade Will Be Back in Miami After Buyout

ESPN Analyst Claims Dwyane Wade Will Be Back in Miami After Buyout

Smith expects the Bulls to buyout Wade closer to the National Basketball Association trade deadline, possibly sooner.

Dwyane Wade can look at his latest performance rating in the National Basketball Association 2K18 video game as a case of good news and bad news. Once Wade is bought out and waived, he will become a free agent and have plenty of options to choose from.

"That is Wade County and they would have been in the playoffs previous year had he been in Miami", Smith also said.

Miami has a loaded backcourt with Goran Dragic, the newly re-signed Dion Waiters, Tyler Johnson, Josh Richardson, Rodney McGruder, and Wayne Ellington - making his return a rather hard fit in the roster. With an improved roster consisting of Dion Waiters, James Johnson and Hassan himself, adding Wade back into the mix would definitely thrust Miami into the playoff picture. Could he head back down to Miami?

The Heat front office could have certainly handled their situation with Wade much better while he was a part of the organization, always failing to pay the man what he deserved after thirteen years of sacrifice and negotiation. A short stint with the Cavaliers also makes sense since James and Wade played together in Miami for four years, and the two stars have been hoping to reunite. Expect the Houston Rockets to make their bid for the 12-time All-Star as well.

Haslem, who is about to start his 15th season with the Heat, spent 13 of those with Wade.



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