Dwyane Wade will be back with the Chicago Bulls next season. According to Vincent Goodwill from Comcast Sportsnet Chicago, Wade will pick up his player option. Last season Dwyane averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. He shot 43.4 percent from the field and hit 45 3-pointers which was the fourth most in a single season in his career. He played in 60 games, missing a longer stretch late in the season with a fractured bone in his elbow. Wade will make $23.8 million by picking up the option. He will turn 36 in January. Wade’s decision deadline wasn’t until next Tuesday so the timing is very interesting. Wade came to Chicago because of Jimmy Butler, but now rumors are flying that Jimmy could be traded.