Wade says end not in sight during Q&A
Answering questions in an impromptu Twitter Q&A, Dwyane Wade said he will retire when he "can no longer play," and had a comeback when asked if he missed being carried by LeBron James. Flash answers
Dwyane Wade, answering questions in an impromptu Twitter Q&A Monday, said he'll retire when he "can no longer play" and last season proved he's still an impact player.
The Miami Heat are participating in the Orlando Summer League and while they are looking at some rookies, the team has plenty of players on the roster who were part of the 2014-15 club.
Rookies star in first Summer League game
The first final in Orlando Summer League saw the Heat beat the Pacers 92-76. Rookie Myles Turner (Indiana) led all scorers with 20 points and had 8 rebounds. Justise Winslow led Miami with 15 points on just 8 shots.
5 to watch at Orlando Summer League
Summer League has tipped off. The versatile Justise Winslow expects to get plenty of minutes this summer as he prepares to provide depth behind Dwyane Wade in Miami. The others
Tom Penn joins The Herd with Colin Cowherd to discuss the possibility of the Miami Heat landing LaMarcus Aldridge in a sign-and-trade.
LaMarcus Aldridge currently has no plans to make out-of-town visits and, at this stage, plans to take "a couple of days" to digest all the pitches he's received.
Sources: Aldridge digesting team pitches
LaMarcus Aldridge currently has no plans to make out-of-town visits and, at this stage, plans to take "a couple of days" to digest all the pitches he's received after meeting with seven teams: He met with the Lakers twice, and the Spurs, Suns, Mavs, Rockets, Raptors and Heat. (via ESPN's Marc Stein)
Wade’s deal allows Heat flexibility
Dwyane Wade re-signed a one-year deal with Miami for $20 million. Kevin Pelton likes the move because it gives the team options for 2016. Pelton’s day-two analysis (insider)
Dwyane Wade and the Heat worked out a contract, but scars from their negotiations will linger, writes Michael Wallace.
Heat's homegrown talent
Dwyane Wade agreed to a one-year, $20 million deal to remain with the Heat. Over the last 25 years, he is one of three players picked in the top 10 of the NBA draft to win multiple championships with the team that selected him.
Heat won't get money's worth from Dragic
Kevin Pelton says there was little doubt the Miami Heat would re-sign Goran Dragic given what the team gave up to acquire him. But he won't retain value through his five-year contract. Pelton's first-day analysis (Insider)
Coveted free agent LaMarcus Aldridge had a second, 90-minute meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers in which the team focused strictly on basketball after a less-than-impressive first meeting.
Dwyane Wade on staying in Miami
The Heat guard released a statement that said in part: “The HEAT family and I have shared incredible moments over the years and I look forward to continuing our journey. I am extremely proud of my personal contributions in helping to build the HEAT franchise and for bringing three NBA championship wins to our great city.”
Dwyane Wade on staying with Heat
"It has been an honor and privilege to play with the Miami Heat the past 12 years. ... For my entire NBA career, Miami has always been my city and my home. I'm overwhelmed with the love and support the Miami community have consistently shown me and my family throughout the years."
Wade signs 1-year deal to stay with Heat
Dwyane Wade agreed to a one-year, $20 million contract with Miami, according to The Associated Press. The SG averaged 21.5 points and 4.8 assists per game last season.
Dwyane Wade informed the Heat on Thursday that he will accept their one-year offer to re-sign for $20 million for next season, ending a weeks-long saga between Miami and its franchise player.
Points Per Game94.727th
Rebounds Per Game39.130th
Assists Per Game19.830th