According to the the Chicago Tribune, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are meeting with their agent and Bulls management as we speak (type actually). There also is speculation Lebron could also be joining the pair in Chicago. We've added a Free Agent Tracker to the site, so you can get up to the minute updates on who's going where. 

Something could go down tonight, but there are no guarantees. If just two of these players end up in Chicago, I'd suspect the Celtics window will be closed and the Bulls be the prohibitive favorites next year. Definitely more exciting winds blowing in Chicago than the Celtics pursuit of the corpse of Brad Miller.

JR 7/02/2010 08:31:00 PM Edit
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  1. ThomasJ says:

    Those three with Rose and Noah would be scary but would one basketball be enough? Rose, Wade and LeBron are all used to dominating the ball when on the court. Toronto seems likely to do a sign and trade with Bosh so would they take Deng + ?

  2. Anonymous says:

    they would def have the worst 3 point shooting starters in the nba...but the best fast break ever

  3. Bohemian says:

    JR, the Celtics are doing much more than going after Brad Miller. They have explored possibilities with David Lee, Mike Miller or Brendan Haywood for example. I don't think they are all corpses. Plus, it's their only real chance with this format: if you want to keep the Big 3 you can only add players by sharing the MLE, vet minimums and LLE when available (not this year, because we used it with Daniels last year). The only different asset is Sheed's contract, which combined with some pick or another small contract could land us a $8-10 million guy (Lee).

    I insist, we need two bigs. One should be a veteran such as Miller (he is tough and can stretch the floor with his shot) and a younger C or PF. Lee would be awesome, but it's still a long shot.

    Furthermore, Danny is looking to add another shooter. We've heard about Morrow and Redick. Now that the Lakers have used much money on Blake maybe they won't offer that big money on Mike Miller and he signs for us, who knows?

    One thing is sure: Ainge and Doc are being very active, more than in the past years.

  4. Three Toe says:

    I really hope there is no superteam this upcoming season. :(

  5. If Bosh and LeBron play together in an already good team, all our efforts will be in vain. :(

  6. Karl says:

    At least Kobe won't win again. That's the only silver lining I see in this scenario.

  7. RoswellSounds says:

    I´m not scared at all. Supermegaultra-stars togheter in one team? Been done before. Yes, they´ll finish with the best record in the regular season. Yes, they´ll be sacrificed in the playoffs, like Cleveland And Orlando.

    But who knows what the hell will happen, right? Looooooooooong season approaching...

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