After missing out on him in 2010, the Chicago Bulls could be set to make another bid for Dwyane Wade in this coming off-season.

Four years ago the Bulls had discussions with Dwyane wade about returning home to Chicago but he elected to stay with the Miami Heat and went on to win two championships with Miami whilst the Bulls have stalled in recent years.

But as Sam Amico of Fox Sports reported earlier:

"The possibilities are endless with Miami, but the early scuttlebutt is James and Bosh will get the max, and the breaking-down Wade will take less.

That's all speculation, of course, and even if true, Wade may feel differently if someone (read: the Bulls) overpays him based on what he once was."

The Bulls will certainly have cap space available to use at the end of the season and a move for Wade does make some sense.

Jimmy Butler has done okay at shooting guard, but with Derrick Rose's injury status still up in the air, Chicago will want an experienced guy at the 2 to give them something in the backcourt for when Rose is out or needs rest.

But Miami is Wade's team, he's been there his whole career, and it would take some pretty extraordinary circumstances to turn his back on the City where he has played for all of his professional life.

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