May 20, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Heat center Chris Bosh (1) and guard Dwayne Wade (3) walk off the floor after defeating the Indiana Pacers in game two of the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Miami defeats Indiana 87-83. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh Losing Faith LeBron James will Re-Sign With Heat


With LeBron James now open to fielding offers from teams other than the Miami Heat, the writing seems to be on the wall for Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade when it comes to the prospects of the Big 3 having any sort of future in it’s current incarnation. LeBron is the lynchpin to free agency this year and both Bosh and Wade are focusing on what they should do next now that it’s looking like LeBron is done with the Heat.

Adrian Wojnarowski from Yahoo! Sports points out that the Big 3 are growing distant and that the more and more LeBron James stays away from Miami the more and more they are starting to believe that the Big 3 era has come to an abrupt end.

This is wholly discouraging for Heat fans who are having tier emotions toyed with in the worst of ways but LeBron James and free agency in general. There’s a chance that LeBron could come back to the Heat next season but it’s starting to look like that’s not going to happen when every report that comes out about the relationship of the Big 3 is of a negative nature.

 


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  • Patrick Dunham

    There’s such a thing as a “real” Heat fan?? I thought they were just all LeBron band wagon jumpers.

    • John Barrett

      You are an asshole!

      • Patrick Dunham

        That’s all you got?? Why don’t you bust out your Rony Seikaly jersey or better yet your Harold Miner t or do you even know who those guys are? CLOWN

    • Jack

      Haha i can say the same thing about the Lakers, most of them are just Kobe fans… But i bet there is more true Heat fans compared to true Lakers fans

      • Patrick Dunham

        I don’t know about that, SoCal is a lot bigger than South Beach and they’ve been around forever but yeah I hear what you’re saying.