Not only has Dwyane Wade expunged his legendary (and declining) talents from Miami, but he’s also apparently ready to part with his waterfront home on Miami Beach.
"He's trying to sell his house down here," Udonis Haslem told the Miami Herald of his former Heat teammate. "I might just buy it and hold it for him."
Wade purchased the eight-bedroom mansion located on North Bay Road for $10.64 million in 2010. There was speculation he would keep the home for tax purposes.
Seeing Wade cutting further ties with Miami is saddening but not as disturbing as seeing him in a Bulls uniform.
BREAKING: Wade reportedly will sign with the Bulls! As a lifelong Heat fan, personally I could not be more sad about this Chicago is currently in the process of clearing up cap space for the move. The deal will likely be 2 years/$50 million, or more Miami would not offer more than 2 years/$40 million, and the relationship with their franchise legend quickly eroded Wade is a 3x champion and a 12x All-Star that averaged 19 points, 4.6 assists, 4.1 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 30.5 minutes per game last season, but he'll turn 35 in January The Bulls also signed PG Rajon Rondo (11.9 points, 11.7 assist, 6 rebounds, 2 steals per game on 45.4% shooting with SAC last season) Now Chicago's new starting five is Rondo, Wade, Butler, Taj Gibson, Robin Lopez (Gasol and Noah left) Thoughts? #NBA #NBAnews #NBAfreeagency #Sports #SportsNews #InstaSports #News #Breaking #BreakingNews #Basketball #BasketballNews #FreeAgency #TheBallBlog #BallIsLife #Bball #InstaGood #DwyaneWade #DwyaneWadeBulls #MiamiHeat #ChicagoBulls #THANKYOUDWADE