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Derrick Rose Relying on the Cleveland Cavaliers to Save His Dying NBA Career

Posted on 29 Sep, 2017, by in NBA

18 points per game, 4.4 assists per game, shooting 47.1% from the field. Based on that stat line alone, it would seem Derrick Rose had a pretty good season in 2016-2017, his first and only on the New York Knicks. But those who watched him play and followed him over the course of last season, know it wasn’t a good campaign, nor did Rose enjoy his time in the Big Apple. More

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NBA Rumors: Cleveland Cavaliers Closest to Signing Dwyane Wade

Posted on 26 Sep, 2017, by in NBA

If nothing surprising happens in the next 24 hours, Dwyane Wade will sign as a free agent with the Cleveland Cavaliers and re-join forces with LeBron James. More

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NBA : Chicago Bulls Don’t Have to Buyout Dwyane Wade to Start Their Rebuild

Posted on 16 Aug, 2017, by in NBA

By trading away their best player, the Chicago Bulls basically started their rebuilding phase. Some would say a year or maybe two too late, but that’s water under the bridge. The hottest rumor coming out of Chi-town regarding their basketball team is the will they or won’t they buyout Dwyane Wade. With just one year on his deal, there’s no reason to let go of him unless it’s him that’s pushing to leave. More

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10 Best Xennials in the NBA

Posted on 1 Jul, 2017, by in NBA

People love defining things. Turns out the era between Generation X and the Millennials, something around 1977 to 1983, is now coined Xennials according to some professor in Australia, with the numbers to back him up. All the while I thought that’s Generation Y, but who cares? What’s important is it gave us an excuse to comb through the older generation of NBA players, and pick out the 10 best Xennials still doing their thing in the league. More

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NBA Rumors: Chicago Bulls Don’t Have Dwyane Wade For Their Last Playoff Ticket Fight

Posted on 16 Mar, 2017, by in NBA

This season is shaping up to be another dud for the Chicago Bulls. One piece of awful news they received is that Dwyane Wade is out for the rest of the regular season, and will only be back if they make the playoffs. More

Chicago Bulls: Trading Jimmy Butler Could Cost Them Dwyane Wade Too

Posted on 20 Jan, 2017, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls still haven’t decided if they want to keep rolling with a team that’s built around Jimmy Butler, or blow the whole thing up and trade their rising franchise player. Whatever they decide, it’ll also mean making a decision on Dwyane Wade’s future. More

Chicago Bulls: Helping Dwyane Wade Have the Perfect Homecoming

Posted on 11 Nov, 2016, by in NBA

When Dwyane Wade signed with the Chicago Bulls this offseason as a free agent, that was a homecoming to the city he grew up in. When Wade, in Bulls uniform, returned to Miami for the first time, it was a different kind of homecoming. More

NBA Rumors: Chicago Bulls Size Helping Overcome Other Weaknesses

Posted on 2 Nov, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls have bullied their way through their opponents on the first week of the new NBA season. No problems on the Butler-Rondo-Wade front. Very good big-man combination between Gibson and Lopez. Excellent shooting all around. Mirotic and McDermott sizzling off the bench. The Bulls are undefeated, and off to a much better, drama-free start than expected. More

NBA Rumors: Chicago Bulls Relying on Size in Butler-Rondo-Wade Experiment

Posted on 28 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls opened the Jimmy Butler-Rajon Rondo-Dwyane Wade era with a win over the Boston Celtics, which had an interesting combination of some terrible shooting efficiency, surprisingly accurate 3-point barrage and mostly using their size to bully their way to a meaningful home win, which probably sets something of a blueprint going forward, until everyone is on the same page. More

NBA Rumors: Miami Heat, Pat Riley Always Wanted to Move on From Chris Bosh & Dwyane Wade

Posted on 26 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

The Miami Heat and the man pulling all the strings, Pat Riley, are trying to make it seem like they’re torn and broken up about Chris Bosh being unable to return after another blood clot turned up in exams. They seemed hurting and apologetic for not being able to hold on to Dwyane Wade. But don’t believe the tears or the soft spoken words: The plan all along was to move on from the two. More