This NBA offseason has been very interesting so far, but the best is yet to come! While we've seen some big trades already, such as Brook Lopez trade to the Los Angeles Lakers or the Minnesota Timberwolves trade for Jimmy Butler, there are still a lot more great players available on trade market. It seems that many NBA teams are ready for big changes to their roster, and it won't be surprising that we see more players moved very soon.

Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony are among potential trade targets and pick ups. Jimmy Butler's trade to the Timberwolves left Wade without a good company in Chicago.

On the other side, Phil Jackson, president of the New York Knicks, doesn't want Anthony on his team. Both players are amazing and could be difference makers for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Dwyane Wade's road to Cleveland

It seems that, despite the trade of Jimmy Butler, Wade will still opt in and stay in Chicago for another year. The shooting guard will be paid nearly $24 million, which is the biggest reason for his free agency decision. However, it is expected of the Bulls to tank next season as they are in a rebuilding mode. It is doubtful if Wade will want to tank as he is a winner, and the Bulls might get rid of him.

In order for the Cleveland Cavaliers sign Dwyane Wade, he will have to be bought out by the Bulls, which is not unlikely.

If the Bulls by Wade's contract out, he will be a free agent and will be free to sign with whoever he wants.

Carmelo Anthony and the Cavaliers

Phil Jackson wants Anthony to leave the New York Knicks, yet the small forward wants to stay. If it was up to Jackson, Anthony would have been traded by now, but the player's no-trade clause gives him the power to veto any trade he doesn't want to be included in.

Now, the Cavaliers could get Anthony either via trade or a buyout. If they offer the Knicks a good deal for their superstar, we could see Anthony willing to waive his no-trade clause so he can play with his friend, LeBron James, in Cleveland.

On the other side, the New York Knicks could buy out Carmelo Anthony, just like the Bulls could do with Wade.

As a free agent, Anthony would most likely choose to sign with Cleveland as he would have a good chance of winning his first championship ring there.

It is not likely that the Cavaliers will acquire either of these players soon, but we could definitely see them do it before next year's playoffs. If Cleveland gets this done, they will have a great chance of beating the Golden State Warriors and winning another championship title. Will we see this super team in Cleveland or the Cavaliers will stick to their current roster?