Three-time NBA champion and future hall of famer Dwayne Wade will return to the Miami Heat for what he says will be his last season. Wade, 36, is Miami's career leader in points, assists, steals and games played. He looked into a camera, stood alone in the middle of a darkened room and talked for 10 minutes. He struggled with his words at times, unable to control his emotions. He wept.
And finally, he made what he called the hardest decision of his life.
One more season.
Wade who took the entire summer and some to make a decision on his future. He is will likely sign a one year deal in the $2.4 million deal sometime this week.
Wade's return basically means that Miami will have the same team -- a young, rising team it believes in many respects -- this coming season as it had last season, when it went 44-38 and claimed the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
So what will be Wade’s role this season? Whatever his role is the Heat and Coach Erik Spoelstra get one more season of magic.