As I reported in my first article last night, Dwyane Wade met with the Miami Heat yesterday to talk about a possible teaming with Chris Bosh.
Wade wanted this to happen, especially after he heard rumblings that the Raptors and the Cavs were trying to bring Bosh to Cleveland in a sign-and-trade. Bosh wanted to play with Lebron James, but not in Cleveland.
Now that Miami has their two centerpieces, is it time to go after a third star and play with second-round draft picks and league minimum players? Do they want to spend the rest of their cap space on four or five solid contributors and instill some depth? We are going to look at what their options are to build a dynasty down in South Beach.