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Heat star Dwyane Wade receives $25M offer from Zhejiang Golden Bulls

Through the first several weeks of the offseason, former All-Star guard Dwyane Wade has remained mum on his NBA future. News is thin on the ground on what could be his 16th year in the league.

Despite the uncertainty being there, Wade has a three-year, $25 million offer on the table to play for the Zhejiang Golden Bulls, according to ESPN.

Free-agent guard Dwyane Wade has been offered a three-year, $25 million contract by the Zhejiang Golden Bulls, according to Chinese media reports.


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This contract would make the 36-year-old the highest-paid player in the Chinese Basketball Association. It is a possible route that Wade hasn’t previously indicated that he has any interest in exploring. Particularly given that he is at this point of his professional basketball career.

Wade is coming off a campaign where he had a notable drop in production. He averaged a career-low 11.4 points on 43.8 percent shooting from the floor. He had 28.8 percent from distance with 3.8 rebounds, and 3.4 assists in 22.9 minutes contest in 67 games. These games were played with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat.


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In his return to the Heat, he played in 21 games with the team in the regular season. As well as that, he had five appearances in the playoff the bench. He had picked up his play in a reserve role in the postseason averaging 16.6 points on 44.3 percent from the field while posting a pair of performances with at least 25 points.

Although there is some significant interest in him to play overseas, it appears that it could come down to simply playing for the Heat or retiring to finish up what should be a sure-fire Hall of Fame career. There is still plenty of time for him to decide as training camp doesn’t begin until September.

If Wade calls it a career after 15 years in the league, he has won three NBA titles with one NBA Final MVP award, 12 All-Star game selections, a pair of All-NBA First Team nods, three All-NBA Second Team selections, three All-NBA Third Team nods, and was chosen on NBA All-Defensive Second Team three times.

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