A lot has been said this offseason about the Cleveland Cavaliers. It all started as soon as they lost in the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors, as the rumors about LeBron James leaving the Cavaliers started to grow. And if that wasn't enough, Kyrie Irving requested in July to be traded from Cleveland. We've spent almost the entire summer so far talking about Irving's trade request, but Irving got traded after all. The Cavaliers sent him to the Boston Celtics in exchange for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and Brooklyn's 2018 first round pick and we can finally move on.

Meanwhile, the Cavaliers also managed to acquire some quality players via free agency such as Derrick Rose and Jeff Green, and it seems like they aren't done yet.

Chicago parting ways with their star?

Dwyane Wade is currently a member of the Chicago Bulls. He has one year remaining on his current contract with the Bulls before becoming a free-agent in 2018, but it seems he could become a free-agent even sooner. The Bulls traded their All-Star Jimmy Butler earlier this summer and as they look to continue their rebuilding process, they are also expected to part ways with Dwyane Wade. Wade joined the Bulls in 2016 after spending 13 years with the Miami Heat but things haven't worked out for him and Chicago the way both sides were hoping.

It seems very possible that Wade and the Bulls will part ways before his contract expires, as there have been many reports this month about a potential buyout agreement between the two sides. Wade is expected to reach a buyout with Chicago in the coming period and become a free-agent. He showed last season that he still has enough "left in the tank" even at the age of 35.

Wade played 60 games for the Chicago Bulls last season and averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game while playing an average of 29.9 minutes per game.

Wade teaming up with LeBron again?

Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com reported earlier this week that as soon as Wade reaches a buyout agreement with the Bulls, he'll probably join the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"As of right now, people close to (LeBron) James are fairly confident that, at some point this year, Wade is going to end up on the Cavs." Vardon said. This would mean that Wade would be teaming up with LeBron James for the second time in his career. The two of them were teammates while playing for the Miami Heat for four straight seasons (2010-2014) and it would probably be his last opportunity to win one more NBA title. Wade and LeBron won two championships together as teammates in Miami, and it would be a fun duo to watch for at least one more year. The 6-foot-4 Wade holds career averages of 23.3 points, 4.8 rebounds and 5.7 assists per game.