As the National Basketball Association insider notes, this was Cleveland's way of catering to Wade after it acquired three younger perimeter options in the above-mentioned trades. Going out of Cleveland are players like Isaiah Thomas, Channing Frye, Jae Crowder, Derrick Rose and Dwyane Wade. However, after a number of the National Basketball Association trade deadline moves [VIDEO] were complete, the Cavs made a very surprising move.
The return of Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade to the team where he spent the first 13 years of his career became official on Thursday, when the Cleveland Cavaliers sent the veteran to Miami in exchange for a protected second-round pick.
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The "situation" that Anthony is referring to would be the tough negotiation that Wade had with Heat ownership back in July 2016.
Welcome back, Dwyane Wade. James apparently did, and the Cavs went forth with it.
Wade, 36, was a bench player for the Cavs. Derrick Rose, who nearly retired last November, went to a Utah Jazz team that is two games below.500 and two spots out of playoff contention.
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Cleveland sits in third place in the East at 31-22.
The complete remodeling of their team will have consequences, but it is apparent that Wade wanted out of the mayhem that is about to occur in Cleveland.
In effect, Wade was offered a two-year, $40 million contract from the Heat in 2016. He ultimately chose to reunite with LeBron James on a one-year deal with Cleveland, but has been part of a Cavs team that has struggled to find consistency this season.
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