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With Durant gone, Heat attention turns to Wade

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Ira Winderman reported that the Heat are expected to turn their salary-cap resources towards franchise player Dwyane Wade.

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Kevin Durant shocked the NBA world on July 4th, announcing that he will sign with the Golden State Warriors. In an essay published on The Players Tribune, the former NBA MVP said that he wanted to grow by leaving his comfort zone in Oklahoma City.

Immediately following the announcement, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Ira Winderman reported that the Miami Heat are expected to "meet the demands" of free agent Dwyane Wade and round out their roster.