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Report: Dwyane Wade in Contract Negotations with Knicks and Bucks
- Updated: July 1, 2016
Dwyane Wade is in contract talks with the Knicks & Bucks and could schedule meetings next week, sources told ESPN.
— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) July 1, 2016
While the Heat would love to have Wade stay put, the priority remains in somehow convincing superstar free agent Kevin Durant to come to Miami. If Pat Riley can do the unthinkable and sign Durant, almost no money will be left over for Wade. However, if the Heat are unable to sign the Oklahoma City Thunder forward, the rest of the money could then be allocated to Wade.
Said a source close to Wade, "He wants to be compensated for his pay cuts" https://t.co/5u5yWzP20H
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) July 1, 2016
The truth of the matter is the three-time champion has never been the highest paid player on the team he’s stuck with for his whole career and he’s getting a little agitated about it. If Riley cannot sway Durant to Miami, it is in fact time to compensate Wade for his pay cuts and make the rest of Heat Nation satisfied.