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WWE star Kane threatens Dwyane Wade with ChokeSlam if he leaves Miami Heat

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The NBA Draft has come and gone, but unfortunately we did not get to see any major trades on draft night.

The futures of All-Star caliber players like DeMarcus Cousins of the Kings, the Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love and LaMarcus Aldridge of the Blazers are all still up in the air, with the coming weeks set to be crucial.

But they aren't the only All-Stars who could be moving teams, with rumors surrounding one current Miami Heat star.

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Want-away Wade?

After spending his whole career with the Heat, there have been some rumblings that Dwyane Wade may be leaving South Beach for a team that has a better shot to contend for a title in the next few seasons, or just for a change of scenery.

The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly one of the teams interested in acquiring the shooting guards services, but Wade may have just received two pretty good reasons to stick around in Florida.

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The first of those reasons came in the arrival of very talented small forward Justise Winslow, who slipped down the draft board from the perceived 5th/6th overall spot to the Heat with the No. 10 pick.

The second came from an unlikely source, WWE superstar Kane, who threatened D.Wade with a friendly chokeslam if he tried to leave Miami.

The wrestler was speaking with 560 WQAM's "Marc Hochman Show with Zach Krantz" in Miami, via Fox Sports, and when they brought up the fact that their town's superstar may be on the way out Kane offered his services to keep the three-time NBA champion around.

"I'd be happy to chokeslam him if that's okay."

Kane does have a bit of an edge over Wade in the measurables, coming in at 7-feet tall and weighing around 320 pounds, compared to the 6-foot-4, 212 pounds Wade. 

Kane also has some history with NBA personalities, once attacked the Phoenix Suns Gorilla mascot during an episode of Raw in Arizona, hitting the unlucky ape with a chokeslam and tombstone piledriver.

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