The Bulls are in complete rebuild mode, and that means they have little use for 35-year-old Dwyane Wade.
ESPN's Nick Friedell reported last week that it's a matter of when - not if - the Bulls will buy out Wade. The future Hall of Famer is due $24 million this upcoming season, but how much Wade receives in a potential buyout could hold things up in the short-term.
The question then becomes: where would Wade land after he passes through waivers and becomes a free agent?
A potential destination is joining good friend LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. But Wade could also consider going back to the Miami Heat, where he spent the first 13 years of his NBA career.
And if he did, budding star Hassan Whiteside says the team would welcome back Wade with open arms.
"It'd be great," Whiteside told the Sun Sentinel. "It's a three-time NBA champion coming back, coming in and really helping a team out. It would be great."
Stay tuned, but it seems like a Wade-to-Miami reunion is a real possibility.