Dwyane Wade ended up leaving Miami for barely more than what he will end up making these two years elsewhere.
Dwyane Wade ended up leaving Miami for barely more than what he will end up making these two years elsewhere. Issac Baldizon NBAE/Getty Images
Dwyane Wade ended up leaving Miami for barely more than what he will end up making these two years elsewhere. Issac Baldizon NBAE/Getty Images
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Heat at peace with Cleveland choice for Wade, who ended up leaving Miami for nothing

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