Dwyane Wade expected to join Cavs at some point this season

Ashley Carr
August 24, 2017

ESPN.com's Nick Friedell reports "nobody would be surprised" if Wade did not stay in Chicago.

After a one-year vacation in Chicago, Dwyane Wade may yet again be on the move.

"The young players on the Bulls really can't stand Dwyane".

It's pretty interesting to hear about the young Bulls' players frustrations with Wade, though it's quite understandable that they were annoyed by Wade calling them out in the media for not working hard enough when he reportedly didn't practice on many occasions.

If there's one thing Miami fans have learned over the past few years, it's that no National Basketball Association offseason would be complete without a conspiracy theory involving a prominent player linked to the Heat.

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Before Wade rejoins the Heat or his buddy LeBron, however, he first needs to get bought out by the Bulls.

Wade, who turns 36 in January, averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists last season while shooting 43.4 percent.

Wherever he lands, it will mark the end of a homecoming that neither Wade nor the Bulls expected to end this way.

"Obviously this is something that D-Wade helped build", Whiteside added, "so obviously this city and us as a team being able to have somebody like that on our team would be awesome". Even those who believe Wade wouldn't fit into the Heat's roster have to admit it's fun to envision what a second Wade stint could look like if he were willing to accept a diminished role. Miami is set in the backcourt, with Goran Dragic and Dion Waiters developing a chemistry last season that never materialized between Dragic and Wade. Wade did this the Bulls made a decision to trade his co-pilot Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves. In late April, Wade said he'd keep an open mind about coming off the bench. There would actually be less of an adjustment than if he were to re-sign with the Heat, since he knows already how to play with LeBron. He's not a free agent yet.

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