According to a recent interview, Dwyane Wade isn't going anywhere in 2010.
Dwyane Wade said in a recent interview,
regarding his eventual free agency, "The plan has always been to stay
with the Heat, and that's still the plan."
Heat can offer Wade about $30 million more than any other team, and he
also said, "I want to be one of those players that stays with one
franchise for his entire career."
Well after previous rumors of Dwyane Wade buying a house in Chicago excited Bulls fans, this interview gets to deflate those hopes once again. Not so fast though, if Wade wanted to stay in Miami that badly then he'd already have signed a contract extension right?
The Heat assuredly already offered him the max, and Wade hasn't taken it yet. He can discuss wanting to stay with Miami, and he may want to stay with Miami. However, if he wanted to stay with Miami that badly then he could do that and make over 100 million dollars at the same time.
Now, I'm not saying Wade is lying to everyone about Miami as he packs his bags for Chicago (or elsewhere), but at the same time, this quote should be taken with a grain of salt as well. Wade seems poised to wait a year and decide in the 2010 off season rather than make a decision now.