Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be frontrunner to land Dwyane Wade

Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be frontrunner to land Dwyane Wade

The Chicago Bulls and guard/forward Dwyane Wade have agreed to a buyout, per K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. He gave back about $8 million of that money, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported. Those factors, combined with several inexperienced or uninspiring options at both the point and wing (Dejounte Murray, Bryn Forbes, Kyle Anderson and Derrick White, to name a few), creates a clear lane for Wade's services with the Spurs.

More recently, however, Riley spoke glowingly about Wade and his wife Gabrielle Union.

The obvious connection, and something that has been discussed all offseason is the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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James and Wade, who each entered the league in 2003, make up one-half of the quartet of National Basketball Association super friends known as the "Banana Boat", alongside Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony.

If Wade were to sign a three-year deal with a team option it would flawless set stones in place to go out and get LeBron.

Wade is expected to consider teams that could compete for a championship, and the Cavaliers are considered the front runner at this point. For one, Wade in Cleveland would mark a reunion with his former Heat teammate LeBron James. The idea of playing for the Thudner could be more intriguing because of the franchise's additions of Paul George and Carmelo Anthony to play along side Russell Westbrook. If either needs to miss any time, the Rockets won't have much of an option to take over.

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Now that Wade will be off the Bulls' books this season, they still have some space to fill on the current roster.

There will be stiff competition for the 35-year-old swingman, including playoff teams Oklahoma City and San Antonio. The Spurs' ball movement has the best chance of maximizing Wade's ability as a cutter and would highlight his passing and decision-making in ways we haven't seen since the Big Three at its peak.

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