Dwyane Wade signs a new deal with the Miami Heat as team president Pat Riley continues to put a competitive roster together ahead of the new season.
Dwyane Wade has announced that he will be signing a new deal with the Miami Heat as the franchise continues to deal with the loss of LeBron James.
With the franchise having signed Josh McRoberts, Danny Granger and Luol Deng in the past week as well as resigning Mario Chalmers and Chris Andersen, Wade is seemingly next to put pen to paper.
"Home is where the heart is...My Home, My City, My House...#HeatLifer," he wrote on his official Instagram page.
Wade averaged 19 points per game last season but only made 54 appearances as part of the organisation's efforts to prevent him from suffering any further knee issues.
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