MIAMI (AP) — Dwyane Wade has said he wants to stay with the Miami Heat. Apparently, that means he has to technically leave first.
Wade told the Heat on Saturday that he is opting out of the final two years of his contract, making him a free agent who may negotiate with any team — Miami included — on July 1. It’s the same option that LeBron James exercised earlier this week, and Bosh’s decision comes out three days after he, James and Chris Bosh met at a posh Miami Beach hotel to discuss their futures.
So now, all eyes are on Bosh, to see if he’ll opt out as well.
The decisions, while risky for the Heat because Bosh and James are no longer locked in to staying, could also become a big gift for Miami. The Heat owed Wade and James a combined $40.9 million for next season…
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