CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - It appears Dwyane Wade will be a Chicago Bull next season.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of TheVertical.com, Wade plans to sign a deal with them, and the team sent out contracts at some point Wednesday evening.
Wade was born in Chicago and played college ball in Milwaukee.
There were rumors flying earlier this week that he'd join his pal LeBron James in Cleveland next season.
Wojnarowski also reported the Cavaliers were working on a deal to acquire forward Mike Dunleavy from the bulls. Dunleavy, a 35-year-old 3-point specialist, shot 39 percent from beyond the arc in limited action with the Bulls this past season. The Bulls needed to move Dunleavy to clear cap space for Wade.
The Cavs also made a two-year deal with Richard Jefferson.
"Can't wait to repeat," the veteran said on Snapchat.
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