Dwyane Wade has said goodbye to NBA last year but it doesn’t mean he has closed the doors to returning back. The Hall of Famer ended his basketball career on a high note and the same can compel him to make a comeback in the NBA league once again. Wade has given several hints that he can return to NBA and possibly join the Lakers to play alongside LeBron James.
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It is also suggested by the fact that Wade has shifted in Los Angeles city and has been working out with the some of the team members from the Lakers roster. With Anthony Davis and LeBron James in the mix, Dwayne would love an opportunity to join them for another NBA championship.
Dwaye Wade can Still Play Basketball
Dwayne Wade might be 37 years old but he still in the perfect shape to play the game. The former Miami Heat star is fitter than most of the younger players in NBA today. In the 2018-19 NBA season, Wade averaged 15.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 4.2 assists with a 43.3% shooting ratio.
Dwayne is a great veteran who can provide some quality backup in the bench strength which will ease the player rotation for any of the NBA teams. For the teams with an amazing roster like the Lakers, Wade can lead the second unit of the team with great efficiency.
Lakers Roster and NBA Championship
LeBron James and Dwayne Wade are very good friends and were seen working out together at the LA facility. It could be a big factor as the two stars were explosive during their days in Miami Heat and a reunion in the Lakers could spark the fire once again. Further, Wade has played alongside Rojan Rando in the past and two forms an amazing backcourt depth together.
Think about this:
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union will likely be at Nebraska-Ohio State.
LeBron James is an Ohio State fan AND D-Wade’s best friend…
Is there any chance we get Wade & LBJ in Lincoln on gameday? 🤔
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The Lakers also have Kyle Kuzma, Danny Green, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Avery Bradley, Quinn Cook, JaVale McGee, Jared Dudley, Alex Caruso and Dwight Howard which is enough for an NBA championship and Wade to comeback in the team.