Look, on the surface of things, it would be perfect. Two All-NBA first team players together ready for domination. Adidas has a field day with alley-oop commercials every time you turn on the tube.
But there’s more to it than that. What about the chemistry? What about the Dwight of playoffs past who has appeared uninterested at times? What about the young brewing, hard working talent that the Bulls would inevitably have to give up? What about not seeing Joakim Noah run up and down the sidelines pumping his fist into his chest? What about the Lebron/D Wade effect? There are too many questions, and frankly I think we can beat the Heat without Dwight.
Don’t get me wrong, I would still root for him if he were to somehow land here. But at this point I’d rather stick with the nucleus that got us to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 98. And I’d rather Dwight stay with the Magic, as unlikely as that seems at the moment.