With the Cleveland Cavaliers losing to the Golden State Warriors in a 4-2 Game 6 loss of the NBA Finals, all thoughts are now going to next year for Lebron James' team that were almost taken to the top. Another team that is often the subject of many NBA Trade Rumors is the Miami Heat, and what is the current fate of Dwyane Wade, as far as will he stay, or will he go. The following are more NBA Trade Rumors for the Miami Heat and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
According to CBS Sports, there is a lot of Dwyane Wade tension with the Miami Heat, and it sounds like the superstar's free agency status is really creating a lot of offers to the tune of millions. A recent tweet from Chris Mannix stated that "a Wade option will be the Lakers".
It is hard to believe that Wade leaving Miami seemed like a bad idea just a month ago, but there have been a lot of leaks that Wade is unhappy in Miami. Even Dwyane Wade Sr., father of the NBA player, has been asked about whether or not Wade will stay in Miami. His answer that he gave on the "The Hot Corner" Internet radio show was "let's just pray with God that he stays here the rest of the way".
In all honesty, it would not be surprising if Wade left, but would this affect Goran Dragic's decision of resigning with Miami? Yes, there is a lot of drama that will affect the Miami Heat in the long run, and we can only see how this will play out.
As for the Cleveland Cavaliers, there was a lot at stake with the NBA Finals, and separate CBS Sports article asked a roundtable of their writers what will happen this year. One of the topics of discussion was whether or not Kevin Love will return, and it is been predicted and will most likely be that Love will return. However, there is still great controversy about whether or not he will take the higher money deal and opt out of his contract. He remains a big question mark on the NBA Trade Rumors for Cleveland.
Speaking of players who are going to be a free agent and going to return, there is a question of J.R. Smith. There has been a lot of critical views on Smith's performance following the playoffs, and so the Cavaliers might not even want him back.
As for Tristan Thompson, it sounds like the Cavaliers, including Lebron James, have a lot of love for this player. He certainly had his chance to show that he is worth the money, and it doesn't sound like there will be any doubt that he will be staying on. With him, Love, and Timofey Mozgov, it should be quite an interesting next season.
Well, we'll be seeing more on basketball with the NBA Draft going on this week, and I'm sure we'll be hearing which players leave and which ones stay with their teams.