When asked if he felt the front office wanted him to return next season, thus picking up his option worth almost $24 million, (Dwyane) Wade was noncommittal.
“I don’t know,” Wade said. “I haven’t had that conversation about next season with the guys. I think we all understood when I came here I signed a two-year deal with a one-year [player] option. And both sides wanted it that way. And when that time came, no matter what the season or what teammates I had, it was going to be my option. I take my option seriously and I always look into what’s the best thing for me to do.”
Source: Nick Friedell of ESPN
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