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Why didn't the Cavaliers sign Dwyane Wade this summer? 'We couldn't afford him,' LeBron James says

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are close friends. They won two NBA championships together with the Miami Heat. James left the Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers two years ago. When it became apparent Wade was ready to leave Miami as a free agent this summer, folks naturally assumed the Cavaliers would...
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