Dwyane Wade claims NBA career would have been incomplete had he not played for Bulls
Dwyane Wade claims his Hall of Fame NBA career would have been incomplete had he not played for his hometown Chicago Bulls.
Wade signed with the Bulls in the summer of 2016 and played one season in Chicago after Miami Heat president Pat Riley didn’t offer him a deal he liked.
Dwyane Wade said on NBA TV that he felt like his NBA playing career would’ve been incomplete if he never got the chance to play for the Chicago Bulls.
Wade: “When I got my opportunity, I jumped back home.”
— Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) February 16, 2020
After his lone campaign with the Bulls, Wade signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the summer of 2017, reuniting with LeBron James. Wade, however, only played 46 games with the Cavs before Cleveland traded him to the Heat, the place he never should have left.
Wade is the best player in Miami franchise history. He won three titles in South Beach, averaging 22.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 5.6 assists during his 15 seasons with the South Beach organization.
The way Flash ended his NBA career was epic last season. He recorded a triple-double in his last game against the Brooklyn Nets with his best friends courtside. LeBron, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony made the trip to the Barclays Center to watch Dwyane Wade play his final game in the NBA.