Dwyane Wade still hasn’t decided if he’s going to come back for a 16th season yet, but if he does he reiterated Sunday morning he can only envision himself doing it as a member of the Miami Heat.
Wade, 36, shared his thoughts on his future, LeBron James’ next landing spot, if the Warriors success is bad for basketball (he doesn’t) and much more Sunday when he was interviewed for 10 minutes by former Heat teammate Caron Butler for Fox Sports Radio.
“For me, at this point, I would love to, you know, if I decide to come back and play the game of basketball, I would love for it obviously to be in Miami,” Wade said on the ‘Chris and Caron’ show with Butler and Yahoo Sports’ Chris Mannix.
It’s crazy because in this league you never know what happens. I never even thought I would leave Miami. Caron knows that. I thought I would be here forever. But things happen. So, at this point for me, sitting here, contemplating on playing the game of basketball, my only vision as I sit here today is playing in a Miami Heat uniform.”