LeBron James sees only two of the players in the Miami Heat rotation are over 29 years old. In his latest posts on instagram, he may be thinking of rejoining a new supporting cast in their prime years.
“For all those that had anything to do with me being where I am today I jus wanna say THANK YOU! #Blessed #strivefor greatness”
“A ton of great memories riding past her today!! #AAA #striveforgreatness”
The cap space structure would be a nightmare to figure out should something happen from this love-fest. If Miami gets LeBron, instead of Gordon Hayward, all may not have been lost this year.
Never the bashful one, Dion Waiters has his sights set on the original DW, Dwyane Wade, back in a Heat uniform.
I'm trying so I can scratch that off the bucket list RT @ezmoneychachi: @dionwaiters3 @DwyaneWade tell him to come home already— Dionwaiters3 (@dionwaiters3) July 15, 2017
John Wall hasn’t committed to an extension on his Washington Wizards contract yet. He’ll be in town this summer for conditioning purposes. Lot of talent getting together, at the same time, in Miami.
Wall, who has two years left on a five-year deal that was an $80 million max at the time he signed it, had surgeries to both knees after the Wizards missed the playoffs in 2015-16. Brooks told his point guard, who made the All-NBA team for the first time in his career, that he wanted him to get his weight down during their rocky start.
While watching the Wizards lose to the Miami Heat 91-87 behind a team-high 18 points from Sheldon Mac in their second Las Vegas summer league game, Wall looked substantially more fit. He'll return to Los Angeles to continue his off-season workout program before going to Miami where he plans to wrap up before training camp.