Miami Heat News: Dwyane Wade Agrees to Two-Year, $47M Deal with Chicago Bulls

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It’s official.

Dwyane Wade is going home to the Chicago Bulls, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.

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Chicago was the only team that did not meet with Wade today because of airline difficulties. However, they maintained their interest and said that they would be willing to move assets to pay Wade.

The terms of the contract is a two-year, $47 million deal according to Real GM.

The Bulls will send out the contracts of Mike Dunleavy and Jose Calderon to try and create cap space to sign Wade. According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Brooklyn Nets have emerged as a potential trade partner.

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Atreya is currently attending Purdue University and loves to watch and follow the NBA. He grew up in Alabama so he loves his Auburn Tigers just as much as he does the Miami Heat. He’s been a huge fan of the team since that magical 2006 title run and still believes Dwyane Wade can drop 50 on any given night. He’s extremely excited to be writing about the team he loves and keeping Heat Nation up to date on all things Heat. You can follow him on Twitter @atreya_verma.