Dwyane Wade’s focus is on more than basketball as he returns to Chicago to play for his hometown Bulls. In an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America” that aired Friday morning, Wade said he hopes to help bring change to a city that has been hit hard by violence this year.
“My purpose for being back in the city is bigger than basketball. Basketball is a big part of it, of course; it’s what I do for a living,” said Wade, who signed last month with the Bulls. “But I think my purpose at the end of the day hopefully is to come to Chicago and be a part, be a voice that can help bring people together.”
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