NBA Free Agency 2010: What if the Miami Heat Don’t Land LeBron James?

July 5th, 2010 by Ros Dumlao Leave a reply »
As tough as it is for the super-trio of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh to make their decisions, it seems even tougher for the Miami Heat. Wade's two meetings with the Chicago Bulls and his extended time spent in his hometown Chicago have the Heat worried about losing Wade. And if Wade doesn't come back, it is highly guaranteed that Bron Bron and Bosh will go elsewhere. Besides, what would the Heat have to offer those two? They've sacrificed a lot to bring back the glory days–er, glory 2005 season by hoping to hit big this free agency season. They've dealt their first round draft pick and Daequan Cook to the Thunder, brought out James Johnson, and even went as far as to persuade Joel Anthony to terminate his contract and become a free agent. They've shunned Michael Beasley as nothing good than a tradeable component, though he is one of their few prized possessions under contract. All this done to free up $36 million in cap space, which is just enough to sign Wade, James, and Bosh. The Heat looked like they had the Knicks, Bulls, and every other possible suitor striking out at the free agency market. But there's one problem, a big problem: Wade might not be ...

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