NBA: Wade insists, no free agent wish list — yet
MIAMI — Dwyane Wade insists he still hasn't started thinking about free agency. With four trials now settled in one swoop, the Miami Heat star says that's finally about to change.
Before leaving a Miami courtroom Tuesday, moments after the settlements in a restaurant case and three others were announced, Wade told The Associated Press he has not put together his "wish list" for the offseason, nor has he asked any other potential free agents about their plans.
He did repeat one thing: He wants to stay in Miami, saying "you know that hasn't changed." But to do that, he wants to see roster upgrades, which Heat president Pat Riley will desperately try to make happen starting with the July 1 opening of the NBA free agency window.