On one side, you have people who respect Kevin Durant’s decision to sign with the Golden State Warriors and give himself the best chance at winning a championship.
Dwyane Wade wasn’t bluffing when he turned down a two-year, $40 million offer from the Miami Heat, and he is now a Chicago Bull because of it.
Dwyane Wade made the decision to sign with the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, proving that he was not merely trying to leverage the Miami Heat into giving him more money.
The Dallas Mavericks and restricted free agent Harrison Barnes came to a verbal agreement earlier this week on a four-year, $94 million deal.
Kevin Durant reportedly spoke with Draymond Green and other Golden State Warriors players about joining their team long before free agency began, and that did not sit well with Durant’s former
It wasn’t until a few days ago that many observers started to really take the chatter of Dwyane Wade leaving the Miami Heat seriously.
You knew some Miami Heat fans wouldn’t take to the news of Dwyane Wade leaving for the Chicago Bulls too kindly.
In order to be able to afford Dwyane Wade, the Chicago Bulls had to clear some cap space. They did just that by trading away two players.