“Hopefully, if everything goes well this summer for this organization and for myself, we’ll give ourselves another chance,” Wade said.
“It’s going to be an interesting summer.” Heat president Pat Riley has a lot of decisions to make this offseason and those decisions will have a direct impact on the team’s championship hopes in the immediate future.
It would seem to be a long shot for Wade to leave the Heat as he’s spent his entire 13-year career in Miami and has brought three championships to the organization.
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With a 34-year-old Wade, it’s entirely possible that Riley would rather wait until things get figured out with Durant before working things out with Wade. And that’s always the thing going into the summer, it’s always the unknown of what a team’s going to be when you don’t have a lot of guys under contract and when your whole team is not under contract.
Unfortunately for Riley and the Heat, it doesn’t sound like Dwyane Wade is willing to wait that long. “I think I’ve been around long enough to know now to expect anything going into the summer. From that standpoint, I don’t know.” Despite coming off of one of the worst seasons of his career, Dwyane Wade would still be an attractive option on the free agent market.
If he does depart, look for Dwyane Wade to contact James about a spot on the Cleveland Cavaliers and chase another championship in 2016-17.