Dwyane Wade surprised by trade despite buried hatchet with Pat Riley

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Just when you thought the Cleveland Cavaliers were done.

Miami Police, Miami Beach Police and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez all tweeted about Wade's return to the Heat.

The Cavs started by sending Channing Frye and unhappy Isaiah Thomas to the Lakers for Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr.

"D-Waaaaaaaaaaade! I definitely got more lobs when D-Wade was around".

Dwyane Wade will return to the Miami Heat. Amid a flurry trade-deadline moves that overhauled a broken roster, the Cleveland Cavaliers have reportedly traded veteran shooting guard Dwyane Wade to the Miami Heat in exchange for a second-round pick, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. However, after a number of the National Basketball Association trade deadline moves [VIDEO] were complete, the Cavs made a very surprising move.

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This is an especially interesting move considering the close personal relationship between Wade and LeBron James.

"We're big fans of Dwyane Wade", Cooper said. James apparently did, and the Cavs went forth with it.

Wade, who turned 36 on January 17, acknowledged last week that he would be lying if he said he had not thought about closing out his career in a Heat jersey.

Cleveland sits in third place in the East at 31-22. Consumed by by a feeling of disappointment and under-appreciation, Wade closed out his 13-year chapter with the organization that had drafted him fifth overall in the 2003 NBA Draft.

Wade left the Heat in the summer of 2016 to sign a two-year, $47 million contract with the Chicago Bulls, but that partnership lasted just one season after the sides agreed to a buyout.

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