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By David Keene
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Topic - Chris Bosh
Wade is entering his 12th Heat season and is the franchise's all-time leader in games, points, assists and steals. Last month, he opted out of a deal that would have paid him $42 million over the next two seasons.
The deal allowed GM Daryl Morey to stay in the hunt for other stars on the market, and he reportedly struck a deal with Washington Wizards swingman Trevor Ariza on Saturday night.
Keeping Bosh addresses one of the Miami's top priorities after getting the news earlier in the day that James was leaving the Heat and returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Wizards are hoping that Chandler Parsons, who signed an offer sheet with the Dallas Mavericks, remains with the Rockets because it would help them retain Trevor Ariza.
Now that LeBron James is heading back to Ohio, Chris Bosh has a max offer on the table Houston that would pay him $88 million.
According to a report by Yahoo! Sports, Chris Bosh is staying put with the Heat to continue playing with Dwyane Wade.
At some point LeBron James will announce where he's taking his talents next season. When he does, options for free agent Trevor Ariza will either grow or shrink.
Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh might be waiting on LeBron James — "isn't everybody?" — before making their decisions. There's been no indication when James plans to do so.
Josh McRoberts agreed to terms for the full mid-level exception at $23 million and with Danny Granger for $4.2 million as the Heat try to entice their Big 3 to stay in tact.
So far the Miami Heat haven't made any moves to retool their roster, with LeBron James' plans in question and key free agents such as Kyle Lowry being taken off the market.
Based on their starry backcourt and playoff run, the Wizards are rising. So why not take a run at LeBron James?
By most accounts LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are working together when it comes to their financial and playing future.
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh followed the lead of LeBron James by opting out of their contracts. More interesting comes a report that James wants a max contract to stay with the Miami Heat.
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that LeBron James has decided to opt out of the final two years of his contract with the Miami Heat and become a free agent on July 1.
An early look at top 20 NBA free agents reveals there may not many that fit with the Wizards - besides Marcin Gortat and Trevor Ariza.
"I expect us to compete for a championship," Bosh told ESPN. "I think both Dwyane and I, we both wanted an opportunity where right away we would be competing. ... We're ready to sacrifice a lot of things in order to do that. It's not about the money. It's not about anything else except for winning. I'm a winner. Dwyane's a winner. We're going to bring winning to Miami."