Wade & Bosh’s Agent Says Clients Have Not Agreed to Paycuts Yet
Rumors began to swirl earlier today that the Miami Heat were ready to sign Dwyane Wade & Chris Bosh to deals at discounted rates that would allow them to pursue a fourth All-Star type player such as Kyle Lowry. Once again, it seemed like Pat Riley had made a quick move to reload the NBA Finals runner-ups.
Or maybe not. According to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the agent who represents both Wade & Bosh says his clients have not agreed to any such deal.
Agent Henry Thomas tells Sun Sentinel no truth to report of Bosh having already agreed to $11M for 2014-15 and Wade to $12 million.
— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) July 1, 2014
Heat fans and the team will have to slow down the celebrations a bit, for now. While a deal may not have been reached yet with either Wade or Bosh, there is still a very good chance of both and LeBron James re-signing with the Heat.