On Wednesday night Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls agreed to a 48 million dollar contract over two years, that would bring the Chicago native home. The 12-time NBA All-Star and three-time champion will be leaving the Heat after 13 years with the team because of an inability to come to a resolution on a new deal. After meeting with Denver and finally Miami on Wednesday, Wade decided that it was in his best interest to leave the only franchise that he has ever played. There a sentiment around the league that D-Wade grew tired and felt underappreciated due to that fact that over the years he sacrificed money in order to bring rings to south beach.
Wade will be joining forces with newly signed Rajon Rondo and All-Star Jimmy Butler to try to turn the Bulls into a contender. The future hall of famer will bring a championship pedigree along with some credibility back to a franchise who has had a very interesting offseason.