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Dwyane Wade says he wants to retire with the Heat.

Only days after announcing that the all-star Shooting Guard would be heading to Cleveland, Dwyane Wade has came out and said that he would like to retire with the Miami Heat.


Thomas Miller


Only days after announcing that the all-star Shooting Guard would be heading to Cleveland, Dwyane Wade has came out and said that he would like to retire with the Miami Heat. Last off-season, Wade broke the hearts of Heat fans in choosing to his return to his home town Chicago to play for the Bulls. After the Bulls disappointing season, Wade bought out his contract to team up with long time friend and former teammate Lebron James.

Wade spent 13 years of his career in Miami before heading to Chicago last season. Wades comments come less than a week after Heat President Pat Riley hinted he was interested in seeing Wade return. Although Wade's play has deteriorated with age, he still adds all-star caliber talent.

One day I want to retire in a Miami Heat jersey. I dont know how that will happen, but I definitely want to make sure that when I decide to hang it up, that jersey is on. Whether its being back there or signing a one-day deal like Paul Pierce, I want to make sure that I go out the way I came in.

It appears as if Pat Riley and multiple Heat players would love for Wade to return to Miami, but only time will tell.

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