Is a Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh Partnership on Its Way to Chicago?

Dustin Brown@drbbossCorrespondent IIJuly 4, 2010

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According to Jason Goff, Host/Producer of 670 The Score, a D-Wade and Chris Bosh duo could be on the way in Chicago.

Via http://twitter.com/jgoff670 , Jason stated "Sources are telling me Wade-Bosh package imminent in Chicago."

I know it may seem like I'm reporting every rumor out there, but this may signify an important change within free agency.

Dwyane Wade asked the Chicago Bulls for a first interview, supposedly was intrigued, then asked for a second meeting. This could display his interest in the Bulls organization.

Some people are speculating that Wade and Bosh are making a documentary, while it seems like it makes sense...it shouldn't even be thought of that way.

At all of Bosh and Wade's meetings, the organization asked for the cameras to be shut off, and they were.

If Wade and Bosh want to damage their reputation, which nobody does, they wouldn't attempt this stunt.

Miami seems to have been worried after Wade's meetings, rescheduling theirs for an earlier time.

Wade has said multiple times he loves the city of Chicago and has family who live there, respectively.

While the normal person could label is purely speculation, sources close to Dwyane have indicated it plays an important role in Wade's decision.

Given the fact LeBron may choose to stay in Cleveland, this provides a nice little cushion for Chicago to fall back on. Wade, 28, is currently in his prime and could fill up the shooting guard position the Bulls have been missing following Ben Gordon's departure.

An ideal situation would be a sign and trade with Bosh, a signing of King James, and a trade including Luol Deng's $11 million contract to enable the Bulls to release James Johnson and Taj Gibson to somehow sign Dwyane Wade.

While this is seemingly impossible, it could be made possible. Chicago's bench would be full of D-League players while exceeding the cap room.

Wade, Bosh, and James will not make decisions until after this weekend, but speculation from sources may be leaked tomorrow or Monday.

Continue to follow me via @DBrown96 on Twitter, as I will keep you up-to-date with what's going on inside the free agency world.


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