August 16, 2017, 5:55 pm
This comes as no surprise as the 35 year old, 12-time all-star isn’t exactly ideal for the rebuilding Bulls. Wade signed on with the Bulls last summer for the opportunity to play for a playoff team in his hometown alongside Jimmy Butler. After a mediocre season and the trade of Butler to the Wolves, it became clear which direction the Bulls are heading in. With a buyout, Wade would be able to sign wherever he pleases. The names to watch both represent good fantasy potential — and also a reunion of sorts. The three-time NBA champion could team up again with close friend, LeBron James in Cleveland. Also, it hasn’t been ruled out that Wade could find his way back to the Miami Heat.