"I wouldn't be surprised at all. Not at all," Wade said after Wednesday's practice at AmericanAirlines arena as the Heat prepares to welcome Dallas and fellow 2010 free agent Dirk Nowitzki to Miami on Friday. "I know everyone has something special in their hearts for their organizations. You've been here for seven years. You can't have nothing but love for the city that you're in, nothing but love for the organizations."
Wade, who is particularly close with Bosh and James, said that although all three have gone through NBA coaching changes and a disappointing season or two (Wade is the only one from the high end of the 2003 draft class to win a title), none has particularly been at odds with their respective teams.
"None of those guys have been in trouble with their organizations or back and forth," Wade said. "So at the end of the day, it's just about guys deciding what they want to do with the future of their careers."