Revealed: The Bizarre Reason Why Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade Didn’t Team Up for Miami Heat

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April 4, 2020 8:22 pm

Instagram Live is really bringing the best of NBA conversations for viewers amidst COVID-19. Recently, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul were sharing a hearty laugh in one such conversation. Earlier, there were rumors concerning the trade of Paul to Miami Heat for this season. Eventually, he became a part of Oklahoma City Thunder. Wade hilariously commented on Paul saying that he didn’t want to give up No.3 is the sole reason for him refusing the offer.

Dwyane Wade has been the face of Miami Heat for years together. He led his team to their first NBA championship in 2006. Known as one of the No.3s of all time, Wade is a splendid player on the court with a finals MVP to his name. D’wade was a part of 3 NBA championships and won a gold medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics.The Most Bizarre Reason Why Chris Paul and Dwyane Waid Didn’t Team Up for Miami Heats

Did Wade break the ice about Paul’s trade to Thunder rather than Miami Heat?

Chris Paul said on the Live Chat, “But they don’t call you DW3. CP6 doesn’t sound right.”

It would be way different to think of Miami Heat with Chris Paul considering the dynamics. There was news circulating around Paul’s trade to Heat but ended up trading Russell Westbrook to Rockets as part of the deal. The 35-year old was sent off to Thunder and became the second-highest-paid player of the season with $38.5 million after Stephen Curry. The Thunder point guard was part of his 10th NBA All-star this season. The Paul-Butler combo was a very fresh set to watch because of their gameplay this season.

The Heat star and Chris Paul were hilariously defending their No.3 jersey.  Both No.3 stars were seen mocking each other in a friendly spirit. The duo is one of the favorites off-court and drew the attention of fans in their Live Chat. The conversation led to who is willing to give up No.3 and definitely the answer is none.

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