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Dwyane Wade celebrates deal with tea, painted toenails

No one knew what the future held for Dwyane Wade when he earlier this week exercised his player option with the Miami Heat, passing up a $16.1 million salary for next season. Some suspected that his time with the only NBA team he has ever played for in his 12-year, Hall of Fame-caliber career, but...Read More The post Dwyane Wade celebrates $20M Heat deal with tea, painted toenails...
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Miami Heat Wishes USWNT “Good Luck in the Finals tonight!”

The NBA’s Miami Heat tweeted the USWNT good luck as they go against Japan in the Women’s World Cup Final. There was just one problem, their timing was a little off. #WhatAHowler — Howler Magazine (@whatahowler) July 2, 2015 Yes, the USWNT doesn’t play for another 72 hours but their heart was in the right place. The poor person in the social...
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Report: Heat re-sign Wade to one-year, $20M contract

Now this is what we call a compromise. When Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade opted out of the final year of his contract with the team earlier this week, there was an expectation within league circles that he might actually depart South Beach. A little over one day into free agency, and that’s been thrown out the window completely. According to Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press...
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Miami Heat News: Dwyane Wade and Heat Agree to One-Year, $20 Million Deal

The day has finally come Miami Heat fans, Dwyane Wade has officially agreed to a one-year, $20 million deal with the Heat. Wade deal: $20 million, one-year deal, source tells AP. — Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) July 2, 2015 Wade was initially seeking a long-term deal with Miami, however the new deal works out for both parties as the 2016 offseason will have a plethora of big...
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Heat Pursuing Meeting With LaMarcus Aldridge

The Miami Heat are now pursuing a meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge in free agency. The Heat signed Goran Dragic this offseason and are in talks with Dwyane Wade on a new deal. Miami would need to agree upon a sign-and-trade with the Portland Trail Blazers to acquire Aldridge.
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Hassan Whiteside asks to borrow money from Goran Dragic after new deal is announced

12 hours in and NBA free agency is already off and running with Goran Dragic reportedly agreeing to a lucrative deal to remain with the Miami Heat. According to a report published by ESPN NBA insider Marc Stein on Wednesday morning, the deal is for five years and $90 million, with a player option after...Read More
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade, Heat reportedly progressing in contract talks

Dwyane Wade is one of the more intriguing names on the free agent market, as very few people can picture him in a uniform other than the Miami Heat one he has worn throughout his entire NBA career. In all likelihood, they won’t have to. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, Wade and the...Read More
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Miami Heat News: Heat Sign Goran Dragic to 5-Year, $90 Million Deal

It’s official—Goran Dragic is returning to the Miami Heat. Per multiple sources, including Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowksi and ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Heat have re-signed Dragic to a five-year, $90 million deal. The last year of the deal will include a player option. The contract is a lot less than the estimated max of $108 million, which gives the Heat flexibility in their attempt...
Via Heat Nation
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Heat, Goran Dragic agree on five-year, $90 million contract

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsThe Miami Heat and free agent guard Goran Dragic have “come to terms” on a five-year deal with a player option after the fourth year. On first day of free agency, sources tell ESPN that the Heat and Dragic have come to terms on five-year deal with player option after Year 4 — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 1, 2015 ESPN sources say Goran...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Luol Deng Likely to Opt Out of Contract with Miami Heat

Luol Deng is one player that has to make a decision today about whether or not to opt out of his contract with the Miami Heat. He has been undecided about whether or not to opt into the deal or not, but it seems that he has made up his mind. According to a report from Marc Stein of ESPN, Deng appears ready to opt out of his contract and hit open free agency. Hearing that the Heat...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Luol Deng Undecided About Returning to Heat in 2015-16

Robert Mayer- USA Today SportsThe Miami Heat made a splash to sign free agent small forward Luol Deng in free agency last offseason, and he was expected to be a big piece for them last season. Unfortunately, that didn’t end up happening and he was a major disappointment. There is a chance that he will return to the Heat next season, but he is still undecided about whether or not...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

How does Justise Winslow fit with the Miami Heat?

Whereas about a month ago the Miami Heat was at risk of losing its lottery pick, the franchise may very well have walked away with the steal of the 2015 Draft. Justise Winslow, a player the Heat did not even bother working out because of the presumption that he would be taken much before tenth, was somehow passed on by the first nine teams in the draft, allowing for Pat Riley to...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Gabrielle Union Welcomes Justise Winslow To Miami With A Spelling Joke

Most basketball fans probably don’t realize that Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade spells his first name a bit differently than most. Movie star Gabrielle Union knows the correct order of letters though – because she’s married to him. Thursday night, Union officially welcomed the next Heat stud, Justise Winslow, to the area. Winslow, who won a national title at Duke, spells...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat draft rumors: Stanley Johnson edition

It’s only two days until every team gets an opportunity to add a franchise piece to their roster. It’s one of the most highly-anticipated days of the NBA season, and fans will be able to cheer a new name this upcoming campaign. It’s extremely difficult to project where most of these prospects will land, however, we are given a good idea of how the top of the draft might play...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

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