Dwyane Wade’s stay with the Chicago Bulls will most definitely be shorter then his Miami Heat years. But could it be just one? On Tuesday, Wade told the Chicago Sun-Times that he would consider opting out of the two-year deal he signed with the Bulls if things don’t change.
The Bulls, who played the Magic on Tuesday night and play host to the Heat on Friday, are a game under-.500 after beating Sacramento on Saturday night.
That’s not what Wade counted on when he left Miami as a free agent over the summer.
When asked if the Bulls’ average play would have him consider leaving after one season, Wade said “Listen, I wouldn’t lie to you and say no. Of course. I can’t play this game forever.
“I just turned 35 and I have a number in my head on how long I want to play, and at the end of the day you want to be in a situation, whether it’s a competitive situation or whatever it may be.”