Cleveland could potentially add the All-Stars if they get bought out.
Carmelo Anthony can't be happy in New York.
Dwyane Wade, after Jimmy Butler's trade, can't be too happy in Chicago.
Would they be happy in Cleveland playing alongside their good friend LeBron James?
ESPN NBA insider Brian Windhorst thinks it's possible the Cavs could add both Anthony and Wade if the two All-Stars get bought out of their contracts by their current teams. That's something that seems possible now.
Both players would probably be leaving some big money on the table if they end up doing that.
Is it worth it to play with LeBron and compete for a title, though?