Heat guard Dwyane Wade talks about the 2015-16 season
Dwyane Wade is set for a busy day in New York.
The Herald can confirm that the Heat guard will meet with the Nuggets first, the Bucks and Bulls today to discuss a new contract Wednesday.
And yes, he will “possibly” meet with the Heat, according to multiple sources.
Wade and Pat Riley are not on the same page, and the situation continues to get more acrimonious, but perhaps meetings with others will provide some clarity for both sides.
Cleveland is currently out of the mix, because the Cavaliers do not have the financial resources without gutting much of their team. The Cavs, according to sources, are not inclined to do so.
Wade is seeking at least a three-year deal, with the Heat so far offering two years (the second being a player option) for $40 million.
Miami is reluctant to tie up cap space for three seasons.
It could create up to $13 million for the two-year deal by trading Josh McRoberts without taking money back.