Update: Dwyane Wade and the Heat have agreed to a 2-year, $34 million deal, with a player option for the 2015-16 season.
Just a two-year deal with a player option? Sounds like someone is looking to get paid and paid and paid and paid. Wade will take his sacks of money, convert it into gold coins and swim around in them like Scrooge McDuck. Then, when he's done, he'll look at the landscape of the NBA and see where he can go where he'll get the most money and the best chance to win another title. Or maybe just the first part. Who knows, these days? ANALYST: Howard Bender
The Astros optioned Matt Dominguez to minor-league camp on Sunday
After playing in the majors each of the last two seasons with the Marlins and the Astros it appears he will have to prove to his team that he is still a big league caliber player. At best, Dominguez can provide the long ball for desperate owners if he makes it back to the big leagues, but his batting average (career .233 BA) is hard to live with if that situation arises. Analysis: Matthew Beck