All-Star Game MVP Dwyane Wade is one of the big-name free agents in the 2010 class. Last weekend in Dallas, in an interview with The Oklahoman, Wade discussed his future: Does Miami have an edge since it can pay more with a maximum deal? Speculation is speculation. When it’s time to deal with the money side, we’ll get into it. I’m not worried about it. I don’t play this game just for the money or I would have re-signed already. To me it’s about making sure I put myself in position to win. Hopefully I can do that in Miami. What will be your thought process this summer? I’m not there, yet. I’m not in the summer, yet. I’m not thinking about what I want to do. I’ve said since Day One, I’m in Miami. This is where I want to be. I want to do everything I can to make this a winning program. If you do that I’m satisfied. Are you concerned the Heat don’t have enough pieces around you? (Laughing) Yeah, we need to add pieces. There ain’t no question about that. We’re not one of the top teams in the league. You want to have an opportunity every year to compete for championships. We haven’t had the opportunity since ’06, so I want to get back there while I’m in my prime, before my prime leaves me in four or five years. How fun is it to film commercials with Charles Barkley? With Chuck what you see is what you get. It’s been phenomenal. We’ve had some great commercials. Hopefully Barkley doesn’t take me out of the commercials. He’s starting to venture off and do those Taco Bell commercials. He didn’t consult me. Can you identify with the Nets, who are trying to avoid the worst record of all time? Definitely. That one year (when I was injured) I was thinking, ‘Somebody just help us get our 10th win.’ Coming into the break with only four wins was even tougher. I know sort of what they’re going through. It builds character. It will turn around eventually. This year it wasn’t meant to be.