It turns out Dwyane Wade has been team-building in his off-season.
The Miami Heat superstar's third child was born a few months ago, before he proposed to fiancée Gabrielle Union—who, incidentally, is not the baby's mother. News that Union was angry and distanced herself from Wade when she first heard the news. Reps for the couple have not yet returned requests for comment.
On Monday, Kevin Durant announced through the Players' Tribune he's heading to the Golden State Warriors. There are still big-name guys left on the market, and one superstar's destination isn't all that certain. He'd be up there once again in 2016-17 if he accepts Miami's offer.
Another notable player who's had his fair share of ups and downs could be heading toward a reunion. Perhaps he's really contemplating joining the Bucks, who haven't had a winning season since 2009-10.
They have since apparently reconciled, with Union all smiles and flashing her huge diamond engagement ring while watching her husband-to-be play the L. The 31-year-old basketball player's divorce from wife Siovaughn, the mother of his first two children, was finalized in 2010—three years after they first split up.
Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports Dec 25, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers forward Le Bron James (23) hugs Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (3) after their game at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports Jun 15, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat forward Le Bron James (6) and guard Dwyane Wade (3) speak during a press conference after game five of the 2014 NBA Finals at AT&T Center.
So, you can pretty much understand why Wade is making sure he secures the bag this time around.
The list is longer, but those are really the only two names you need to see.
After getting dealt to the Memphis Grizzlies at the deadline last year, Stephenson picked his game up. are considering bringing "Born Ready" back for another run with the Pacers.
He averaged 4.7 points in 15.8 minutes with the Los Angeles Clippers before finding his groove to the tune of 14.2 points on 47.4 percent shooting with Memphis. Per Taylor, Stephenson "has discussed the possibility of agreeing to a multiyear deal" with his former team."That's home for him," the source told Taylor.