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The most significant off-season in Miami Heat history has arrived. For the next few months, no shots will be taken, isabel marant online no games will be played, yet the repercussions might be felt around the NBA for years to come.
They call it the "Heat Summer of 2010."
It'll dictate whether superstar guard Dwyane Wade stays jeremy scott or goes, and with it, it'll decide if Heat president Pat Riley's recent promise to potential season-ticket buyers - "Our goal is to be a dynasty" - was merely a sales pitch or the first step toward truly reshaping the franchise.
"I've said it all year: My heart is here and anybody who knows me knows I'm mostly heart moreso than anything," Wade said Wednesday, leaning against a wall outside the team locker-room in Miami. "That's all I can say. My heart is in Miami. If everything works out, I will be isabel marant etoile in Miami."
That's what Riley has been selling.
It's now up to him to deliver on that.
"We can offer Dwyane Wade more money for longer years, adidas jeremy scott more security, than any other team in the league," Riley says in a video on the team website. "And believe me, it's not chump change, the difference between a five-year contract and a six-year contract. Plus, we feel deep down in our heart, this is where he wants to be."
Wade wouldn't dispute that. Figures won't be certain until this summer, but a new six-year deal might be worth US$127 million.
So now, with the 2009-10 season over following a five-game ousting by the Boston Celtics in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs, the 2006 NBA finals MVP and former league scoring champion doesn't want to just hear words. He wants to see action, which will likely come fast and furious once the free agency window opens in about nine weeks.
"My gut would tell me he's going to be a Miami Heat next year," said Heat forward and free-agent-to-be Quentin Richardson, one of Wade's closest friends. "That's my gut. I've got nothing to do with his. But if I was in his same shoes, I would be back."
The Heat will have enough salary cap money to give Wade a fortune, another superstar - LeBron James? Toronto's Chris Bosh? - almost an equally big pile of money, and potentially could even add a third all-star calibre player to the mix. That's the plan, and if Riley pulls it off, Miami might have to start planning for a lot more June parades down Biscayne Boulevard.
"It's going to be a very busy summer, challenging summer and important summer for my life off the court and on the court," Wade said. "I have big decisions ahead of me. It's not easy. It's kind of exciting to get it on. I'm in a good situation."
It doesn't take much to read between the lines: Wade wants to stay. If the Heat give him star-powered help, he will stay.
"I'm looking forward to continuing to build and being with some great players next year," Wade said Tuesday night before leaving Boston, "continuing to beef up our roster."
That surely was music to Riley's ears.
It's not just Wade that faces an uncertain future with the Heat, of course. Most of the team will become free agents, including Jermaine O'Neal, Richardson and Udonis Haslem - a Miami native who has been alongside Wade in Heat colours for the entirety of their seven years jeremy scott adidas in the NBA.
"My future gets overshadowed with the $150 million he's going isabel marant to make," Haslem said. "It's isabel marant online shop going to be a big summer for both of adidas jeremy scott us, but whatever happens, we both deserve what we're going to get."
Where close pals like Dorell Wright and Haslem go, though, is clearly on Wade's mind.
"The biggest thing for me is I want them guys to get their worth," Wade said. "I want to see them guys succeed. I would love for it to be here. I would love for them to be with me for the rest of my career. But you just don't know."
And then there's the Michael Beasley conundrum.
The No. 2 pick in the draft two summers ago, Beasley was on the bench for the entire second half of the Game 5 loss, the last act of his season dribbling up the right sideline late in the first half and getting the ball stolen away by the Celtics' Rajon Rondo.
His year was decidedly up and down, bouncing between brilliant and befuddling. Riley insists he loves Beasley's potential, but it's almost certain that the Heat will consider trade offers - especially because they could clear even more salary-cap space in such a deal.
"I really don't want to leave Miami," Beasley said. "I hope I don't get traded, but if I do, I jeremy scott wings 2.0 have to live life, keep living."
Ordinarily, the end of the season comes with a sense of isabel marant dread.
For the Heat, clearly, these are not ordinary times.
Season-ticket prices will increase, fans were warned long ago. The team had a "Summer of 2010" logo drawn up and is promising "blockbuster" moves. Riley and team owner Micky Arison even recorded video messages for potential ticket-buyers to click on and hopefully be persuaded to buy into the promise Miami is selling.
"If I'm any other free agent and I know I can leave and come to Miami, a great city, no taxes, great weather, wonderful fun and play with Dwyane Wade, then this is where I'd want to be," Riley says. "So we feel very good about that."
Adds Arison, when asked what the top Miami selling points are: "Number one, it's playing with Dwyane Wade. And number two and three, it's probably that, too."
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