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The NBA offseason is less than two weeks old, but it already has brought a decade’s worth of stunning player moves, the latest of which was the reported trade of Russell Westbrook to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Chris Paul.
All of these player moves have left fans shaking their heads — and staring at outdated jerseys in their closets. One of those “fans” is former Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, who spent much of his final season, dubbed “One Last Dance,” swapping jerseys with fellow NBA stars. Now many of those stars will be wearing an entirely different jersey in 2019-20, as Wade pointed out in the aftermath of Thursday night’s trade.
All i know is my jersey swap collection is looking kinda bootleg since FA started 😂😂😂. In 20 years ain’t no one believing those players played in those uniforms❤️
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 12, 2019
Wade isn’t wrong. He swapped jerseys with more than three dozen different players last season, and at least 18 of them will be on a different team next season. Some of them — such as Tim Hardaway Jr. and Delon Wright — were traded before the