CLEVELAND – It didn’t take long for Dwyane Wade to find a new home.
After one season with the Bulls, Wade is reportedly teaming up with his longtime friend LeBron James in Cleveland.
According to multiple sources, Wade agreed to sign for the veteran’s minimum – a one-year, $2.3 million deal – once he clears waivers on Wednesday.
The twelve-time All-Star gave back $8.5 million to the Bulls on his $23.8 million buyout to leave town.
Wade will join another former Bull in the Cavs backcourt to start the year, playing alongside Derrick Rose.
The Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs were all rumored to be in the mix before Wade decided on Cleveland.