The Chicago Bulls got rid of Jimmy Butler and Rajon Rondo in the offseason, so it was pretty clear that they will be one of the worst teams in the league. After Dwyane Wade stated that he wants to compete for the title, it was certain that Chicago Bulls would buy him out. On Sunday, it became official that the Bulls and Wade agreed to a buyout and rumors about his next destination started immediately. According to the reports, the favorites for his signing were the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Miami Heat, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the San Antonio Spurs.

While the Spurs, the Thunder, and the Cavs will compete for the title this season, Miami holds a special place in Wade's heart and he would love to return there and help the Heat build a new team around their young players.

Dwyane Wade will reportedly sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers

After agreeing to a buyout with the Bulls, Dwyane Wade is looking to sign a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, league sources told Joe Vardon of The former Miami Heat guard could finalize a deal with his new franchise as soon as Wednesday after he officially clears waivers, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Wade stated that he wants to do his due diligence before making a decision, but according to sources he ''has no intention of going anywhere else but Cleveland'.' LeBron James said to reporters during Cleveland's Media Day on Monday that he would love to see Dwyane Wade sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Many players have been linked to the Cavs over the summer, but Wade is the only one of them to have experience playing with LeBron James.

Wade could play an important role for the Cavs

Dwyane Wade is coming off a disappointing year by his standards and the injuries have caught up to him pretty badly. In the last season, he averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.4 steals and 0.8 blocks per game while shooting 43.4 percent for the Chicago Bulls.

He is past his prime, but he could still contribute to a championship team. If he joined the Cleveland Cavaliers, he would reunite with his former teammate LeBron James. The two of them led the Miami Heat to two championship titles and four Finals appearances. Playing without LeBron James even for a couple of minutes has been a problem for the Cavs and Wade could be exactly what they need.

He could offer scoring and leadership off the bench for the Cavs and help them go to the Finals once again. Dwyane Wade is one of the best players in the NBA history and it would be a privilege to watch him play in the NBA Finals once again.