Wade and Bulls Reach Contract Buyout

Rosalie Stanley
September 26, 2017

As expected, Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls have finally agreed on a buyout, according to the Chicago Tribune's K.C. Johnson.

After this weekend's trade, the Oklahoma City Thunder can throw their name in the ring for Wade.

Many reporters who cover the National Basketball Association reported that it was just a matter of time until Wade and the Bulls reached a buyout. Though the 36-year-old is no longer an All-Star level player, Wade averaged 18.3 points and 4.5 rebounds last season from less than 30 minutes per game. With the experience of Wade, the young Lakers will learn a lot from him.

When you consider all four teams, every single one of them would make sense for Wade to sign with them. That's not exactly awful numbers but it has shown a drop-off and neither Wade nor the Bulls were satisfied.

On top of that, it's hard to see where there are minutes for Wade to play.

With the intent to get Wade, the Lakers will be one of those teams who are willing to land him.

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It seems as though a reunion with James in Cleveland is the most likely scenario.

"My voice, for me personally, is more important than my knee", the Cavaliers superstar said Monday at the team's annual media day. Oklahoma City Thunder? San Antonio Spurs? Miami Heat? Cleveland Cavaliers?

Having the prospects of Dwayne Wade on your team is salivating, even if it is not the same Wade from ten years ago. The Spurs' ball movement has the best chance of maximizing Wade's ability as a cutter and would highlight his passing and decision-making in ways we haven't seen since the Big Three at its peak.

Dwyane Wade #3 of the Chicago Bulls warms up before the game against the Brooklyn Nets on April 8, 2017 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

James posted on Instagram after working out with Wade: "To say we had a great week of work would be an understatement".

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