Dwyane Wade has been hesitant to profess his future plans, but one person that spoke to the guard, as well as someone with the Miami Heat, reportedly believe the future Hall of Famer is inclined to return next season, according to the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson.
However, Jackson adds that neither source believes it's a definite indication of his intentions.
Wade, 36, played his first 13 seasons in Miami before joining the Chicago Bulls in 2016 after failed contract negotiations with the Heat's front office. Wade returned to the Heat before last season's trade deadline after a short stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 2017-18 campaign.
The 12-time All-Star helped the Heat during their playoff push, averaging 12 points off the bench in 21 appearances. He averaged 16.6 points in Miami's five-game playoff series loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.