There's a quiet storyline developing that this could be the last year for the Triad era in Miami. LeBron James and Chris Bosh have opt-out clauses next summer. James of course is the linchpin but if he goes you can see Bosh taking a walk to get one more big contract as well.

But no one really talks about Dwyane Wade.

Wade also has an opt out. You assume he either won't use it or will re-sign with the team. That's definitely how he made it sound on Friday in the Miami Herald.

With each member of the Heat's Big 3 holding opt-out clauses next summer Dwyane Wade said Thursday night that it will not be an issue for him because he plans to stay with the Heat long-term.

"Everybody knows where I want to be. I want to be in Miami" he said at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino at an event to kick off his annual basketball fantasy camp.

"I have nothing to talk about [regarding 2014 opt-outs]. So there won't be any exciting news over here."

via Heat's Dwyane Wade in Miami for the long haul - Miami Heat - MiamiHerald.com.

Wade did indicate that he could opt out however which may not be good for the Heat depending on his demands.