Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Sports Digest: Wade Leaving Miami for Chicago

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Sports Digest: Wade Leaving Miami for Chicago

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Wade leaving Miami Heat for Chicago Bulls

Dwyane Wade is going home, making what he called "an extremely emotional and tough decision" on Wednesday night to leave the Miami Heat after 13 seasons and sign with the Chicago Bulls.

Wade, 34, a Chicago native, will sign a two-year deal with the Bulls, one that will pay him about $47 million. Miami offered $40 million over two years for Wade to stay in the uniform that he's worn his entire career, the one in which he was an All-Star 12 times, a champion three times and the NBA Finals MVP in 2006 when his rise to superstardom was just truly beginning.

The Bulls were on the verge of offloading the contracts of Jose Calderon and Mike Dunleavy to have enough money to sign Wade in free agency, league sources told the Chicago Tribune. Dunleavy reportedly is headed to Cleveland.

Warriors sign McCaw * The Golden State Warriors signed rookie Patrick McCaw, a former CBC star, to a contract Wednesday. The minimum deal will pay McCaw $543,471 this season, the San Jose Mercury-News reports. McCaw, a 6-foot-7 guard, was selected 38th overall in last month's draft by Milwaukee before the Warriors bought his rights for about $2.4 million.

Other NBA news * The Dallas Mavericks are sending 2012 NBA slam dunk champion Jeremy Evans and cash to Indiana as Dallas prepares to wrap up several moves in free agency, sources say. ... ... The agent for Brandon Rush says he has agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves. ... Los Angeles Clippers guard C.J. Wilcox will have surgery Friday to repair a broken right hand. ... Ray Allen, one of the greatest shooters in NBA history, is considering making a comeback, ESPN.com reported. Allen's representatives recently reached out to the Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers, sources say.

Soccer star Messi, father likely to avoid prison * Lionel Messi and his father were sentenced to 21 months in prison for tax fraud by a Barcelona-based court Wednesday, with both sentences likely to be suspended. …

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