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Dwyane Wade: ‘I don’t know’ on Playing Next Season

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As Dwyane Wade enjoys this second journey with the Heat, he does it knowing these could be his final months as an NBA player.

Wade, 36, told me in recent days that for the first time in his career, he is genuinely undecided whether he wants to play beyond this season. Wade has said that he will only play for the Heat, if he continues his career beyond this season.

“I don’t know,” Wade said. “I have told everybody around me that I am taking it after this season and go from there. It’s the first year I’ve ever went into the summer with that mind-set. I always went into it as a free agent or opting out of a deal to get another deal. This is the first summer I can say I’m just going into the summer and see how I feel and see the position this organization is in and go from there. I’m not really concerned with it, honestly. I’m cool with whatever I decide to do. It will be my decision.”

Source: Ira Winderman of the Miami Herald

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Sources: Trail Blazers Expected to Pursue Danilo Gallinari

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Portland is also expected to pursue Oklahoma City’s Danilo Gallinari, according to league sources. The Blazers have options to help save their season following the Carmelo Anthony Band-Aid.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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Sources: Rockets, Multiple Teams Interested in Robert Covington

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Playoff teams are monitoring the availability of Robert Covington, according to multiple league sources. Covington is one of the league’s better 3-and-D wings and could net a significant return that helps the Wolves build around Karl-Anthony Towns and their young core.

The Houston Rockets have serious interest in Covington, league sources say. The Rockets are in the market for wings; with James Harden having another MVP-caliber season, they’re a team that should go all in no matter who the target is. They have the ammo to do so: Despite the pile of picks it sent Oklahoma City in the Chris Paul–for–Russell Westbrook blockbuster, Houston can still dangle its first-round picks in 2020 and 2022.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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Sources: Kevin Love ‘would prefer’ to Play for Trail Blazers

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[Kevin] Love would prefer to play for his hometown Portland Trail Blazers, according to multiple league sources.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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