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I will hate you forever Dwayne Wade

Posted on: July 7, 2010 5:15 pm
Edited on: July 9, 2010 1:14 pm
 

Since this is on CBS I won't be able to use the language I want but that's okay. F' D Wade, F' Chris Bosh. They have led the media on for a few days now before deciding on Miami. All along Wade has said that he wanted to spend more time with his kids, win another championship, go with the team with the most pieces in place. But then he goes and does the exact opposite. He went with the money and no state income tax. To me he used the Bulls to get Miami to spend more money. I had always admired his game but this is a slap in the face to this loyal Bulls fan. Bosh was gonna go wherever Wade went so he gets a lesser F you but still.
I would also like to direct some anger towards the Bulls. What was the point of trading our best defender, a guy that plays both guard spots, and a team leader for nothing? Oh yeah and giving up a first round pick too was a great idea. This is the second time in the past decade when they struck out on big free agents. In 2000 Tim Duncan, Grant Hill, and Tracy McGrady all said no to the Bulls. This time around it looks like another big three James, Bosh, and Wade all have said no too. I hope Miami continues their losing ways and never wins another title. And from the looks of it the Bulls might not either. They should have listened to me. Keep the team together. Keep Salmons or Hinrich, draft a shooting guard, sign Carlos Boozer. And the team would have been winners for a long time. I've ranted enough but for the record F' Wade and F Bosh.

Category: NBA
Comments

Since: Dec 11, 2007
Posted on: July 9, 2010 4:08 pm
 

I will hate you forever Dwayne Wade

@BrewCrew I know you're a Bucks fan so winning isn't something you're used to but its frustrating when a player shows interest in signing with your team. I thought Wade would have put the Bulls over the top and given them a 7th title. How many do the Bucks have?




Since: May 2, 2008
Posted on: July 9, 2010 3:56 pm
 

I will hate you forever Dwayne Wade

Who ever wrote this is ridiculous.... Did you cry after all this went down too? Go get your stuffed animal and shut up. I hope youre a Cubs fan too.... just more salt in the wound for ya



Since: Dec 11, 2007
Posted on: July 9, 2010 1:22 pm
 

I will hate you forever Dwayne Wade

I wrote this when I was drunk and angry. I'm not drunk anymore but still angry. It was a business decision for Wade and I can respect that. If anything I am more mad at the Bulls than anything else. But I think the Bulls still have a great team and will be better with someone who can score down low. Wade didn't have to come home to the greatest city in the world but it would have been nice if he had.



Since: Jun 2, 2010
Posted on: July 9, 2010 12:56 pm
 

I will hate you forever DeWayne Wade

Its not about a legacy and who cares what Jordan did everyone can make there own path for there NBA career.what it come down to is that DeWayne Wade wanted to win and being on a team full of talent like what he has now.plus do you think he wants to freeze in Chicago when he could enjoy the hot sun with all his cash.



Since: Jun 2, 2010
Posted on: July 9, 2010 12:50 pm
 

I will hate you forever DeWayne Wade

Why the heck should any big name player go to Chicago you guys stink!



Since: Apr 9, 2008
Posted on: July 9, 2010 12:49 pm
 

I will hate you forever DeWayne Wade

Not sure if I understand what you said about "used the Bulls to get miami to spend more money". Miami(or anyone) is already willing to give Wade the max deal and they are the only one that can give him the 6 year/absolute max deal, and aside from that Pat Riley has basically dismantled the team right before free agency with enough room to sign 2 max FA or give away Beastly and get 3 max FA, and I have 0 doubt that Riley was willing and ready to do it too, whatever Wade did with the Bulls had no impact on how Miami was going to spend their money.
No state tax in Florida is a fact but isn't as much as most people think, the money taken from state tax is excempt from federal tax, so subtract whatever state tax took out and file the federal tax with the amount after. Savings, yes, but the endorsement deals and whatever other incomes these players get would bedwarf that figure.
And last he didn't "went with the money", had he remained in Cleveland he would've gotten that one extra year on the contract, plus now the 3 in Miami would all likely to take a paycut so they can have better quality role players around.



Since: Sep 1, 2006
Posted on: July 9, 2010 12:45 pm
 

I will hate you forever DeWayne Wade

Bosh was smart to finally escape the CRAPtors !

He should have left a long time ago.
He finally figured out what McGrady, Carter, Stoudamire, Camby, et al, finally figured out - that the CRAPtors are a perenially over-rated organization with below-average GMs.
Toronto is a great city, & the CRAPtors have historically above-average coaching, but they just don't have the talent.
BC is the problem & he should be run outta town, just like all the other over-rated GMs they've had.
But every year BC pulls the wool over the eyes of the naive CRAPtor faithful.
It's a pathetic organization that doesn't deserve our support.



Since: Jan 24, 2007
Posted on: July 9, 2010 10:23 am
 

I will hate you forever DeWayne Wade

Spoken like a true loser.  Let me guess, because he's from Chicago, he should automatically go there?  By that logic, I could be just as angry because I'm from Milwaukee and Wade played his college ball here....so I'm pissed that he didn't come to the Bucks!  Stop being a cry baby like every other Chicago sports fan and sack up.



Since: Jul 9, 2010
Posted on: July 9, 2010 10:11 am
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Since: Dec 9, 2006
Posted on: July 9, 2010 9:17 am
 

I will hate you forever DeWayne Wade

You have to feel sick for Cavs fans.  Their homegrown son who they have watched develop for years decides to shred their hearts in an hour long ESPN special.  Many of the fans probably saw this coming, but this is a truly callous act.  As if they haven't been tested as fans already, they have the fourth worst team in baseball and a less than optimistic Browns season to look forward to.  While I have suffered as a Cubs fan, I have enjoyed some championships in  my lifetime.  I truly wish the fans of Cleveland an opportunity to bask in the championship sun as soon as possible.  I think they have suffered enough.



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