If former Heat guard Dwayne Wade, right, was looking for clarity on Wednesday about what type of team will surround him if he returns to the Chicago Bulls next season, he didn’t get it.
If former Heat guard Dwayne Wade, right, was looking for clarity on Wednesday about what type of team will surround him if he returns to the Chicago Bulls next season, he didn’t get it. Al Diaz adiaz@miamiherald.com
If former Heat guard Dwayne Wade, right, was looking for clarity on Wednesday about what type of team will surround him if he returns to the Chicago Bulls next season, he didn’t get it. Al Diaz adiaz@miamiherald.com
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Chicago Bulls add more uncertainty to Wade’s future, with Heat reunion not ruled out

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