The pairing of Dirk and Wade would be a deadly combination. You can’t afford to double-team either of them and they are lethal at attacking an opponent with single coverage. One would be a welcomed sight for the other because both stars have been desperately looking for a stud sidekick to be at their side.
SunSentinal.com reports that Dwayne Wade hopes to recruit other stars to join him in Miami, but if that fails, he does have a backup plan:
However that same source, as well as a party inside the league, told the Sun Sentinel that Wade also plans to cover himself during the initial days of the free-agency negotiating period by scheduling interviews with theNew York Knicks,Chicago Bulls, and, in somewhat of a surprise, theDallas Mavericks.
Dallas is the only one of the three teams that would have to involve a sign-and-trade to acquire Wade, but the trade route may be viable, and, as DallasBasketball.com says, Dallas has a nice complement for star perimeter player in Dirk Nowitzki.