Dwyane Wade, Max Free Agents, and the Offseason Await for the Miami Heat

April 28th, 2010 by Michael Pinto Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat showed some fight on Tuesday, but not enough to avoid elimination and yet another loss on the Boston Celtics home court.

With the series over in five games and nothing left to do but pack their bags and head home, Miami now enters the most critical offseason in franchise history. 

Now is the time for Pat Riley to prove he can build the dynasty he's promised fans in hopes of boosting season-ticket sales.

If he can't, the Heat will submerge back into obscurity and his Hall of Fame legacy will be tarnished by the memory of a franchise player lost.

At this point in his career, if Wade doesn't get the help he deserves, he has every right to walk away and start fresh someplace else. He's given everything to this city for his entire career and at 28 years old, he doesn't have any time left to waste on a mediocre ball club. 

That's exactly what this franchise has been for the last four years, though. Year after year they have delayed the rebuilding project with an eye toward the 2010 free agent class and reeling in the catch of a lifetime in the form of LeBron James, Chris Bosh, or Amar'e Stoudemire.& ...

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