With the Decision 2.0 ending with LeBron James' departure from the Miami Heat back to the Cleveland Cavs, the ramifications of James' move could very well end up benefiting the Chicago Bulls in their own endeavors in free agency.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Chicago Bulls have made an initial inquiry about potentially bringing Heat guard Dwyane Wade to the Windy City:
The Chicago Bulls are gauging interest with free agent Dwyane Wade, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 11, 2014
While the Bulls are simply engaging in the exploratory stages of a potential signing at this point, the Miami Heat could very well be in danger of losing all three members of their vaunted "Big Three" this offseason.
Several reports are indicating that the Houston Rockets are close to signing Chris Bosh to a four-year max contract - a potential coup which will leave Dwyane Wade as the only member of the vaunted superstar trio left on Miami's ledger if he were to re-sign.
Such a possibility could make an overture by the Chicago Bulls much more intriguing for Wade, especially with the uncertainty regarding the Miami Heat's roster heading into the 2014-15 NBA season.
Back to the Chicago Bulls Newsfeed