UPDATE 7/5 10:37 a.m. -- It looks like fans' dreams of bringing former Marquette star Dwyane Wade home to Milwaukee will have to wait, at least for now.
Charles F. Gardner, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's resident Bucks reporter, announced on Twitter Tuesday that the prized free agent would no longer be meeting with Milwaukee, as had been previously reported:
Source confirms Bucks meeting with Wade in NYC scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled.
— cfgardner (@cf_gardner) July 5, 2016
But those who cheer the deer shouldn't fret - the team added two intriguing free agents last week: Matthew Dellavedova and Mirza Teletovic.
The Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly still in the mix for the services of Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade.
According to the Journal-Sentinel, the former Marquette star will meet with Bucks officials Wednesday in New York City.
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Several published reports say the Heat have offered Wade a two-year $40 million deal.
Wade, 34, is coming off a bounce-back season, averaging 19 points, 4.6 assists and 4.1 rebounds in 74 games,
The Denver Nuggets are also believed to be be trying to sway Wade.