Bulls news: Dwyane Wade plans to be present in Chicago’s training camp
Despite the rampant rumors of Dwyane Wade’s future landing destination, the 12-time All-Star said Thursday that he plans to be at the Chicago Bulls’ training camp at the end of the month, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune.
“The only thing I’ll say is right now my plan is to be in training camp,” Wade said.
Reports of the expectation of Wade to land in Cleveland at some point this season, or make his way back to Miami before the end of his career, and most recently consider L.A. as a potential destination were all momentarily put to rest by the hometown star.
“It’s the world we live in,” Wade said of all these storylines that have come about the last month. “Everyone’s going to speculate.”
Dwyane Wade hasn’t taken any action as of yet, but didn’t deny the possibility, as he later told TNT’s David Aldridge.
“When the time is right for me and the Chicago Bulls organization to sit down and talk about the future, we will do that… Hopefully, we get an opportunity to sit down and talk about the direction and go from there. I’m 35 years old. I’m a grown man. I can definitely sit across the room from you and listen to your truth and hopefully (you) hear mine.”
The longtime humanitarian was recognized with the Leadership and Community Service award by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday night.