Dwyane Wade's departure from the Miami Heat was a shock for Heat fans and the whole basketball world. Everyone thought that Wade will retire with the Heat but it was a surprise when he left to join the Chicago Bulls for a 2-year deal. However, Wade has a player option in 2017 and NBA rumors have it that he could do it again and join Lebron James and the Cavaliers.

Wade signed a $47 million contract for the 2016-2018 seasons with the Bulls but he can choose to leave if things don't work out with his current team. The Bulls are currently the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference but has been playing inconsistently losing two games to the Bucks and one with Timberwolves in three straight games.

Recently, Wade also expressed his disappointment with the Bulls crowd for booing the home team when they lost those games. According to Yahoo Sports, Wade said that the team doesn't deserve to be booed and that he likes the crowd to be more patient. Also, Wade is a Chicago native and it's quite unusual for the Bulls fan base to boo their home team just like that.

Wade left the Heat because the franchise was undervaluing his talents and if the Bulls do the same, he might just do it again. According to Fox Sports, a possible NBA rumor is that Wade might join his best buddy James in Cleveland.

There are a couple of NBA rumors buzzing around lately but this rumor that would reunite Wade with James could be a blockbuster deal. The deal would turn out with Dwyane Wade and Robin Lopez going to the Cavaliers while the Bulls would get Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson.

If this NBA rumor would happen before the trade deadline, it would be a valid deal under NBA trade rules. It's a win-win situation for both teams because all the players involved could definitely be good fits for their new teams.

But for now, all are speculations and no confirmations have been made by both teams. However, the trade deadline is still two months away and there's still enough time for such NBA rumors to materialize.