It's a strong possibility, especially considering Wade and wife Gabrielle Union are following the Cavaliers on Twitter and the Cavs' official account is following the power couple as well.
Insert chin-scratching emoji here. Hmm...
Adding to the speculation is the fact that Wade reportedly wants a two-year, $50 million deal, having turned down the Miami Heat's offer of two years for $40 million, according to ESPN.
Wade and King James went to four straight NBA Finals from 2011-2014, having led the Heat to back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013. Wade joining James and the Cavs could be the answer to the Golden State Warriors signing Kevin Durant if the 2017 NBA Finals turns out to be a Cavs-Warriors rematch.
How lit would that third-straight Finals rematch be?
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