By Yusuf Gadlin
Wade will opt of his 2yrs/$42 million deal and Bosh will leave $20.6 million on the table.
The Miami Heat are back in business. Now that the Big Three have opted out of their deals, Miami now has $55 million in salary cap space. Miami now has the most money in free agency and will likely go after free agents such as versatile Forward Greg Monroe; the top point guard in free agency Kyle Lowry; and, yes, the big fish Carmelo Anthony.
One thing is for sure the Miami roster will be filled with youth and athleticism, something this team desperately needed against the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat are off to a solid start to their summer, they recently Drafted UConn guard Shabazz Napier with the 25 pick this past NBA Draft. Napier is regarded as the top point guards in the 2014 draft in my eyes, but more importantly, in the eyes of his teammate LeBron James.
King James whom to Twitter to praise Napier’s game during the NCAA tournament as Napier eventually led the huskies to the college championship.
The Heat seem prime on retooling their roster as they try to reestablish themselves as the most dominating team in the NBA.
And with the way Heat President Pat Riley drops championship rings on the table, Miami should be well on their way to that establishment.