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  1. #121
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    As a Heat hater I am going to answer this in a way that I really do think they should have done. I would have traded wade last year in an attempt to get Dwight Howard. Wade and Lebron play a lot a like with Lebron clearly being the better player by a mile. Now I know all the heat fans are saying well we won the title why would we make a move like that, and to you Heat fans I remind you that the best team in the east last year lost their bes player in the first game of the playoffs. If an old *** Celtics team which i agree they played great can take them to 7 I promise you the Bulls would have made the finals and would have been a great finals matchup. So I know we cant live in the what if type scenario but just remember that the Heat dodged the toughest team in their way, if bulls win that series, you think we are not discussing a possible trade for Dwight or another big star, and to me wade is the only expendable player out of the 3.

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    If they got a good return why not. Sorry but Wade is the most expendable out of their 3 stars right now.

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    if jordan can leave the bulls wade can leave the heat...it happens in all sports and they would be smart to get a younger player for him. i wouldnt do it til after this season tho
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    They would be smart, he sucks



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe2324 View Post
    As a Heat hater I am going to answer this in a way that I really do think they should have done. I would have traded wade last year in an attempt to get Dwight Howard. Wade and Lebron play a lot a like with Lebron clearly being the better player by a mile. Now I know all the heat fans are saying well we won the title why would we make a move like that, and to you Heat fans I remind you that the best team in the east last year lost their bes player in the first game of the playoffs. If an old *** Celtics team which i agree they played great can take them to 7 I promise you the Bulls would have made the finals and would have been a great finals matchup. So I know we cant live in the what if type scenario but just remember that the Heat dodged the toughest team in their way, if bulls win that series, you think we are not discussing a possible trade for Dwight or another big star, and to me wade is the only expendable player out of the 3.
    if you're gonna talk about roses injury why would you not mention boshs? how many games did the celtics win when bosh came back? only one and that was because bosh only played 9 minutes that game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    What would you think of the Miami Heat Organization if they traded Dwyane Wade without his consent?

    Basically trading the player most responsible for your franchise even winning a title at only 30 years old.
    smart team move

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB-Pau-DH2012 View Post
    I like how JordansBulls gives absolutely no credit to Shaq for that 06 championship.

    People have to understand that it was both Shaq & Riles running that team.

    Shaq was the one who told Riles that Eddie Jones was a proven playoff choker and should have been traded, so Riles made the trade to get Posey and Williams from Memphis.

    Shaq was the one who enticed guys like GP and Toine to come as he was friends with them for a long time.


    Zo looked at the chance to rejoin Riles and not have to carry much burden as much as he once had to has the franchise player in Miami by just backing up Shaq and giving good minutes off the bench.


    It was Shaq who helped with the growth of UD and taught him the intangibles of being a productive big man in this league.


    It's Shaq who I feel is responsible for creating the culture of attracting superstars to Miami as when he was given the option of where to be traded in 2004, he picked Miami out of all the places because he knew that him and Riles could create championship magic. He's the one who paved the way for guys like Bosh and LeBron eventually joining the Heat 6 yrs after he did it. He created that culture, not D-Wade.


    And with his past successes and failures with Kobe, Shaq taught D-Wade how to be a winner, and it was Shaq's presence that created those open lades for Wade because Shaq was the hugest force that garnered the most attention. Shaq made Wade into a better player and a championship player.



    Shaq does not get his due for what Miami basketball is today, and that's a real shame. If it wasn't for Shaq basically changing that entire Miami Heat culture, D-Wade with LeBron and Bosh would still be vying for that first championship.

    All I can remember was Wade & Posey, Shaq was there but his impact was small to Wade.


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    It is what it is? But they won't because him and LBJ are close friends


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    I would say they were smart and serious about winning
    Quote Originally Posted by heimdog8 View Post
    I didn't want to throw this information out here. I was a 3 year varsity starter at QB in high school. I played quarterback in junior college as well. I was considering playing division 1 football as well but chose to pursue my career in business instead. However, currently I am helping train with Derek Carr from Fresno State get ready for his pro day and the draft. I am also working with Cody Kessler, the USC quarterback.

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    I want wade to retire a heat.

    However, in return I hope he improves his shot selection.

    He's lookin like Kobe out there with all those bricks.


    LETS GO HEAT




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    Quote Originally Posted by Im_in_Mia_bish View Post
    I want wade to retire a heat.

    However, in return I hope he improves his shot selection.

    He's lookin like Kobe out there with all those bricks.
    Wade has shot 45% or better in 5/8 games.

    Removing the two huge stinkers he had against MEM and LAC his shooting %'s are well above 50%.

    People are jumping the gun it hasn't even been 1/8th of the season yet.

    He has been more good then bad so far and again sample size.

    Wade could easily end up in the Top 5'ish area and be the best SG in the league by seasons end even if he hasn't been so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Im_in_Mia_bish View Post
    I want wade to retire a heat.

    However, in return I hope he improves his shot selection.

    He's lookin like Kobe out there with all those bricks.
    Atleast Kobe isn't made of glass and can stay on the floor.


    Oh and also, this yr:


    Kobe: 55.1% FG, 44.1% 3pt, 92.0% FT, 26.4 PPG (tied for scoring leader), 5.5 RPG, 4.6 APG


    Wade: 47.0% FG, 16.7% 3pt, 76.5% FT, 16.9 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 4.9 APG

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    Lol calm down.

    Last year Kobe made some bone headed shot selections, don't be so defensive about it. Own up to it.

    Wade has been playin well but he still makes a few stupid plays.
    If he were to improve it a bit it would be much appreciated to us heat fans.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Im_in_Mia_bish View Post
    Lol calm down.

    Last year Kobe made some bone headed shot selections, don't be so defensive about it. Own up to it.

    Wade has been playin well but he still makes a few stupid plays.
    If he were to improve it a bit it would be much appreciated to us heat fans.
    You know the difference between Wade and Kobe when it comes to jumpshots?


    Kobe can still make Jumpshots even if they are bad attempts or if someone is right in his grill.

    Wade is a guy who doesn't understand that he sucks at shooting jumpshots. The guy can fall away, shoot, and hits the top of the backboard. Like WTF.


    Wade has become progressively worse in his jumpshooting mechanics. The guy should let LeBron do all the work. Wade should just concentrate on driving to the rim, bobbing his head back upon minimal contact and get to the line. That's his game and that's what he's best at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB-Pau-DH2012 View Post
    Atleast Kobe isn't made of glass and can stay on the floor.
    Wade and Kobe played around the same number of games last year and its much too early to be making these sort of statements.

    Oh and also, this yr:


    Kobe: 55.1% FG, 44.1% 3pt, 92.0% FT, 26.4 PPG (tied for scoring leader), 5.5 RPG, 4.6 APG


    Wade: 47.0% FG, 16.7% 3pt, 76.5% FT, 16.9 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 4.9 APG
    8-10 game sample size.

    Wade had 2 huge stinkers which suppress his stats and he is on a team that is loaded at the perimeter positions.

    Prior to those stinkers he was pretty close to Kobe statistically even though Kobe was still better.

    Let's do this same comparison after another 10-20 games and see where they stand.

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