Dwyane Wade surprised by trade despite buried hatchet with Pat Riley

Dwyane Wade surprised by trade despite buried hatchet with Pat Riley

Dwyane Wade surprised by trade despite buried hatchet with Pat Riley

The Cleveland Cavaliers have absolutely no chill. Then they shipped Derrick Rose and Jae Crowder to Utah and Iman Shumpert to the Kings for Rodney Hood and George Hill.

Miami Heat fans won't have to wait long to see Dwyane Wade on the floor at AmericanAirlines Arena.

Isaiah Thomas looks to have been shipped out to the Los Angeles Lakers alongside Channing Fyre, with Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr heading to Cleveland.

The complete remodeling of their team will have consequences, but it is apparent that Wade wanted out of the mayhem that is about to occur in Cleveland. After just one year with Chicago, Wade reunited with LeBron James in Cleveland Cavaliers-a reunion that would last just half a season.

Each a native of the Windy City and each a former member of the Bulls, both were reportedly dealt during a major reshaping of the Cavaliers roster late Thursday morning before the NBA's Trade Deadline.

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According to a report, the Cavs spoke to LeBron James, who is best friends with Wade, about why they were making the deal.

As for Wade's future, he returns to a Heat team that has rebuilt itself as gritty, go-go outfit of reclamation projects and cast-offs just a few years removed from James' time in South Beach.

Older players, like Wade, were sent on their way. All of us embrace it in the manner that we want to win and that's why we brought Dwyane back home. He is averaging 11.2 points, 3.5 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game. They sit at 29-26 and are now No. 7 in the East. Wade's veteran presence will help a rather young array of guards in Miami.

Wade was drafted by the Heat in 2003.

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