An hour after tweeting “I hear bosh-miami is done ..bosh-wade shared agent avoids tampering…its why beasley, chalmers, anthony still here…raptors get them,” the Miami Herald‘s Dan LeBatard explained himself to Dan Patrick.
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh both want to be in Miami, he said. Now they’re trying to convince LeBron to join them. ‘Bron and Wade are friends off the court, and, despite what critics have said about the two possibly teaming up in Miami, LeBatard thinks their relationship could work on the court, as well. Plus, if LeBron goes to Miami, Pat Riley could return to the bench.