After a long time of waiting to see if he would come back, Dwyane Wade confirmed that he will return to the Miami Heat. He announced that he will be returning for his 16th and final NBA season. Wade spent much of his time during the last couple of months weighing his options whether to retire or come back for one last run. He will have a one year contract for $2.4 million dollars with the Miami Heat. Wade is the Heat leader in points, assists, steals, games played and he has also averaged 22.5 points per game in his career.The Heat signed 19 players for camp and the last spot was reserved for Dwyane Wade, which comes as no surprise considering the impact and history he has had with the Miami Heat franchise.
This season, the Heat will have Wade from the beginning of the season as opposed to last year where he came in mid season from a trade. The plan is to have Wade come off the bench and play 20 to 25 minutes per game. Coach Spoelstra might even have Wade close out games as it’s always been one of his strengths. He could have joined another team but chose not to due to family commitments and wanting to see his son play basketball.
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