Just two days, Dwyane Wade reached a buyout agreement with the Chicago Bulls. Today, Wade is already on a new team as he agreed to a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The shooting guard decided to sign with Cleveland yesterday, but he wasn't allowed to sign a contract until he cleared waivers, which happened today. Shortly after, the Cavaliers officially signed Wade to a contract.

The former Miami Heat guard was signed to a one-year deal worth $2.3 million. The biggest factor in his decision to sign with the reigning Eastern Conference champions was his relationship with LeBron James.

Not only are they the best friends, but they also know what it feels like to play together and win championships. The duo played in Miami for four years and won two championships.

Wade's last season

Dwyane Wade signed with the Chicago Bulls last summer, leaving the Miami Heat after 13 years. His first and only season in Chicago was far from perfect as the team struggled to find its identity. The Bulls dealt with numerous issues, but they somehow made the playoffs.

Wade averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game in Chicago.

He helped the team take a 2-0 lead in the first round against the Boston Celtics, but they failed to win the series and knock the Celtics out.

Shortly after the offseason started, the Bulls traded Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves and it was obvious that they won't keep Wade on the team either. Despite accepting his player option, the shooting guard managed to reach a buyout agreement with the team and become a free agent.

Now, Wade will be on the best team in the East where he will be looking to win his fourth championship ring.

Wade's role on the Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers will use Dwyane Wade as a starter. Wade will most likely replace J.R. Smith in the starting lineup as Smith will come off the bench.

Considering that he will share the floor with other ball-dominant players, such as LeBron James and Isaiah Thomas, Wade's numbers will probably further decrease and there's a chance he will have career-low averages in every major statistical category.

Even if the shooting guard averages bad numbers, he will undoubtedly be one of the best players on the Cavaliers. After all, he has won three championships and he knows what it takes to go through it. Wade's signing means a lot to the team as they are once again competitive and they have a great opportunity to win another championship.