Last two summers were really odd for Dwyane Wade as he changed two teams. After spending 13 years playing for the Miami Heat, the shooting guard decided to join the Chicago Bulls last year. His first season in Chicago was far from successful and it was obvious that belongs somewhere else. He reached a buyout with the Bulls a few days ago and joined the Cleveland Cavaliers shortly after.

After he reached the buyout agreement with Chicago, Wade had plenty of options. One of the options was going back to Miami, the city where he started his professional basketball career in 2003.

Despite the fact that Miami could have offered him more money than Cleveland, the shooting guard chose to reunite with LeBron James and chase another ring. However, he expressed his desire to return to Miami and retire.

Wade will come back to Miami

Shortly after signing a one-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dwyane Wade was interviewed by Tim Reynolds of the AP. The shooting guard talked a lot about the Heat, his former team, and he said he didn't feel they needed him, which is one of the reasons why he chose the Cavaliers instead.

Despite his deal with Cleveland, Wade made it clear that he wants to come back to Miami eventually. He wants to come back and retire as a Heat player. “One day I want to retire in a Miami Heat jersey.

I don’t know how that will happen, but I definitely want to make sure that when I decide to hang it up, that jersey is on," the guard said.

He also added that he is not sure how it will happen, whether he will sign with the team for a longer period or just for one day. However, one thing is for sure — Wade wants to return to Miami and end his NBA career there.

Even though he's had some disagreements with the team, there is no doubt he values everything he achieved with the Heat, which was a lot.

Cleveland Cavaliers with Wade

Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a really bad loss in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. They were eliminated in five games and it was obvious that the Warriors are a much better team.

However, the Cavaliers are ready for their revenge and Dwyane Wade will help them this time. While he is not the same player he was during his time with the Heat, he can still play well and contribute to the team. Considering he has won three championships, he knows what it takes to beat everyone and raise the championship trophy.

With Wade on the team, the Cavaliers have a good chance of winning their second championship. On the other side, this would be Wade's fourth championship, which would put him in some exclusive company among all-time greats.