There’s been a few reports that the Big 3 of the Miami Heat would have to break up soon due to salary cap implications. Now Dwyane Wade himself is admitting that money might be an issue. Read more after the jump.
In another private moment, Wade acknowledged hearing the muted talk of how he, James and Bosh would need to compromise in their next Heat contracts for there to be another round of Big Three possibilities starting in 2014-15.
“You’re concerned,” Wade said of money weighing into the equation as much as championship possibilities. “That’s obviously an important part of the puzzle. So, that’s something that we leave to our agents, we leave to the Miami Heat front office to see what they can present us, how creative they can be. We understand it’s not as easy as it was in 2010 when we signed.”
Chances are each of them will opt-out of their contracts and test free agency. It’s no secret that Lebron James is their main concern and Miami can offer him more than any other team. Bosh has already said on record that whether or not they 3-peat will weigh heavily on everyone’s decision.