The biggest question in the NBA right now is where Dwyane Wade will play in the 2017-18 NBA season. The shooting guard has won three NBA titles over his career and wants to add to the list. Because of that, Joe Vardon of has reported that Wade is leaning on joining LeBron James with the Cleveland Cavaliers because that gives him the best chance to add another NBA title to his impressive resume.

Wade's NBA success

There is no doubt that Dwyane Wade will be a member of the Hall of Fame after he chooses to retire from active play. Wade led the Miami Heat to the franchise's first ever NBA Championship in 2006, where he also won the NBA Finals MVP award.

He then joined up with LeBron James and Chris Bosh and won back-to-back NBA titles in 2012 and 2013. Wade was also part of two other NBA Finals teams that came up short.

His other accomplishments include leading the NBA in scoring in 2009 and 19 appearances on the All-NBA team and four first-team appearances on the NBA All-Defensive team. Wade also led Team USA to the gold medal in the 2008 U.S. Olympics, leading that team in scoring.

Sadly, Dwyane Wade's image took a hit in the 2016-17 NBA season. He chose to leave the Miami Heat after 13 seasons to join his hometown Chicago Bulls. Along with Jimmy Butler, he hoped to bring a championship back to Chicago. However, inner turmoil spoiled his homecoming and when he and Butler spoke out about younger players lack of fire, fans turned on him.

The future for Dwyane Wade

Not only did Joe Vardon report that Dwyane Wade is "leaning heavily" on joining the Cleveland Cavaliers but ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski also weighed in and said that he is nearing a commitment to sign with the Cavs and could sign with the team immediately on Wednesday night.

The report indicated that Wade has been considering other teams - such as the Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat, but he feels that the Cleveland Cavaliers offer the best chance to win an NBA title.

Dwyane is also reportedly excited for a reunion with LeBron James.

This should excite the Cleveland Cavaliers faithful. After Kyrie Irving said he didn't want to play with LeBron James anymore, it was reported that some free agents passed up joining Cleveland because of LeBron as well. With Dwyane Wade wanting to reunite with LeBron, there might be a chance for one more title opportunity before James possibly leaves at the end of the season.