Dwyane Wade is officially back. After the three-time NBA champion contemplated retirement throughout the offseason, Wade ultimately chose to come back for one final year. The Miami Heat posted a video of Wade signing his final contract with the team.
Wade announced his decision to return for "one last dance" in an emotional video two days ago. Highly regarded as the greatest Miami Heat player in history, Wade gave his thanks to his family and friends and reflected on an incredible Hall of Fame career.
Throughout the past 15 years of his career, Wade became known for his ability to get to the rim in the blink of an eye, earning him the nickname "Flash." In 2006, he delivered one of the greatest Finals performances in NBA history, averaging 34.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game en route to his first championship and a Finals MVP award.
Wade would go on to win two more titles alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh as part of the iconic Big Three in Miami. We are lucky to have witnessed Wade's spectacular career and can't wait to see him play in his farewell season.