There are various reports going around about the state of the Miami Heat and what will become of them. LeBron James has been listening to team pitch to him on why he should sign with their team over re-signing with the Miami Heat. Chris Bosh is interested in making $90 million over five years according to some. The only one who has remained mum on their situation has been Dwyane Wade, a life long Miami Heat player who more then likely will retire with the Heat. To make matters worst, according to Wade and Bosh, they do not know what James has planned . It is leaving some fans on panic alert, wondering is this the end of the Heat Dynasty,
James has been sending his agent to get a feel on what these teams has to offer to him. The Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers and even the Los Angeles Lakers are players for James, who is officially a free agent by opting-out of his contract with the Heat. James is on many teams' wish list to finally get their hands on the two-time NBA Champion. As stated before, who knows what Bosh's intentions are. He is the ultimate wildcard in this equation of stars. Bosh could leave and go to his home state of Texas and play for either the Houston Rockets or Dallas Mavericks. Wade is someone who many are not that worried about. He is known to be Heat for life and you do not hear that much chatter on Wade's end, other then that he will be willingly to take a pay cut. Now does not seem so much as a sure fire thing that all three players will remain in Miami.
With all of this going on, lets not forget about the point guard situation with Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole and first-round draft pick Shabazz Napier. Udonis Haslem has also opted-out of his contract and Shane Battier has retired.There are a lot of directions this situation with the Heat can go. Heat fans are pulling for the, "Big Three," to find some way to come together and make this thing work. Most of America, if not, the world is hoping for them to break up, but at the same time landing one of the talented players.
With the salary cap to take into consideration, it now seems like a dicey situation for all three players to opt-out and sign long-term deals. Only time will tell what each player intentions are and what talent the Heat Organization will put around them if they do sign.Tags: Basketball, Chris Bosh, Dallas Mavericks, LeBron James, Miami, Miami Heat, NBA