Report: Dwyane Wade Offered Three-Year, $25 Million To Play In China

Dwyane Wade is still a free agent as the offseason continues into its fourth week. But his next deal could come far from the NBA.
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A reuinion with the Heat in February could have marked Dwyane Wade's final basketball stop as the three-time champion played in his 15th season in 2017-18. That might not be the case once the season begins as a surprise suitor has emerged for Wade's services. 

No NBA team has inked Wade to a deal through the fourth week of free agency, however, there is still interest in Wade's ability abroad. According to Sportando, Wade has been offered a three-year, $25 million contract from the Zhejiang Golden Bulls, a team in the Chinese Basketball Association. 

Former Golden Bulls alums include J.R. Smith (2011-12), Mike James (2010), Eddy Curry (2012-13) and Jerel McNeal (2013).

Last week, Wade signed a lifetime contract with the clothing and footwear company Li-Ning.

In 21 games last year with the Heat, Wade averaged 12 points per game on 41 percent shooting.