Mar 25, 2010, 12:28 PM EDT
That doesn’t mean he’s going to play there next year along side Derrick Rose. Even with all that cap space, he told the Miami Herald.
“I understand the business side of it, so I understand what they’re doing,” Wade said. “But it had nothing to do with me.”
Yea, nothing at all. Sure thing. Not like they’d want to lure back the hometown hero to resuscitate the franchise. Nope. Nothing to do with you at all, Dwyane.
I’m sure it will still have nothing to do with you when the Bulls contact your agent July 1, either. Wade seems to have his heart set on luring a big free agent to Miami, rather than going elsewhere, but the man will have options. Including Chicago.
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