Dwyane Wade will probably have to wait until next season if he wants to join LeBron James in Cleveland.
The Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly are in preliminary contract negotiations to add the Heat shooting guard but it doesn’t seem they have enough money to pay him.
The Cavs already have over $76 million committed for next season, and that’s without factoring in what LeBron James will take in. The Cavs also need to fill out three more roster spots after signing James.
With the NBA salary cap at $94.1 million, the only realistic way LeBron and Wade could play together is if they both take the veteran minimum next season but LeBron is already squashing that idea.