Wade, 35, isn’t expected to remain in Chicago for very much longer.
I can officially confirm that Dwyane Wade's kids are back at school in S. Florida, no longer in Chicago.
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) August 22, 2017
Whiteside says the Heat would benefit from re-signing the future Hall of Famer.
Per the Sun-Sentinel:
“It’d be great,” Whiteside said at a fundraiser for his Whiteside Foundation. “It’s a three-time NBA champion coming back, coming in and really helping a team out. It would be great.”
That, of course, is if Wade receives a buyout from the rebuilding Chicago Bulls, having joined his hometown team last summer on a two-year deal after a contract impasse with the Heat.
“He’s a great basketball-IQ guy,” the shot-blocking center said, shortly after Spoelstra and teammates James Johnson and Wayne Ellington arrived at the Miami River Yacht Club. “He can find you on a lob. He can find you on a pick-and-roll situation. He’s a great scorer.”