Dwyane Wade: I will play basketball … I don’t know where
"I will play (basketball)," he said at the Dwyane Wade Fantasy Camp at Fontainbleau Hotel. "I don’t know where I will play it. Just because we’re in a lockout don’t mean I’m going to stop playing the game of basketball."
HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: Lockout or not, Dwyane Wade will play basketball next year. He just doesn’t know where.
Wade like most of the NBA is waiting for the Players Union and owners to settle their dispute and negotiate a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
The Miami Heat guard, unlike some his superstar peers, has been bullish on playing during the labour strife. But why?
1) Wade would earn between $1-$2 million per month to play his trade for a club in a foreign league.
2) Wade would have numerous opportunities to further the D-Wade brand, which is always good.
3) Wade would show NBA owners that the players have options and do not need to fold during bargaining.
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