With his NBA future still undecided, Dwyane Wade definitely seems to be being courted heavily by teams from the Chinese Basketball Association.
According to the report from Chinese journalist Zhang Dou, the Zhejiang Golden Bulls have offered Wade $25m over several years. A written report over the weekend indicated the Xinjiang Flying Tigers were preparing to offer Wade a “monster deal”.
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Wade, who made more than $2.3m last season using the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat, is incorporated in the middle of your marketing tour in China after signing a very long time contract a week ago with Chinese apparel company Li-Ning, which he’s represented since 2012. Wade announced the offer Wednesday in Beijing while unveiling his new Way of Wade 7 shoe.
Financial the deal are not announced, but the contract requires him to improve his presence at developmental camps and clinics in China and round the world.
The 36-year-old has been in no rush to make the decision whether he’ll continue his NBA career, after he averaged 11.4 points about three.4 assists in 22.9 minutes per game, all career lows, across a combined 67 games for Cleveland and Miami last season. He bumped those numbers to 16.6 points and 3.6 assists in 25.4 minutes from the Heat’s five-game postseason series loss on the Philadelphia 76ers.
The 15-year veteran last made an All-Star team in 2016.