I ask this with all seriousness, and obviously a great sense of naivety. I'm hoping for some well thought out comments rather than the usual cliches associated with this topic The wolves need a #1 dominant player if they hope to go far in the playoffs. They also need a SG. DWade would be the perfect fit for the wolves. What would prevent the Wolves from at least an opportunity to sign him?
For the sake of argument, assume that the Al for Dallas' immediately expiring contract goes through, and then the wolves have more than enough cap room to sign a maximim contract to get Dwayne Wade. I think this team could parallel the early 90's Bulls. In Jordan's first championship, they had a young coach implementing the triangle. Darko is a solid defensive center that doesn't need to score a lot, like Bill Cartwright. Pek is better than any back-up big they had, like Will Perdue or Stacey King. Love is as good a player as a young Horace Grant. Johny Flynn would take BJ Armstrong's role. And Johnson and Rubio have the potential to match what Pippen and Paxson brought to the table in the earlier championships. If DWade wants to have a legacy that compares to some of the great players of all time, the wolves are an exceptional opportunity.
As far the weather cliches go, DWade did grow up in Chicago and went to school in Milwaukee. And if DWade's main goal is to win a championship, the wolves are built much better around him than Miami, New York, or the Nets.
Any good discussion on this topic?