POSTED: Jul 15, 2016 10:18 PM ET
CHICAGO (AP) — Dwyane Wade has signed his contract with the Chicago Bulls.
After spending his entire NBA career in Miami, Wade officially became a former Heat player Friday when he inked the two-year deal with the Bulls that will pay him about $47 million.
The Chicago native played 13 seasons in Miami, scoring more than 20,000 points and getting selected to 12 All-Star teams.
General Manager Gar Forman says in a release that Wade "provides a great veteran perspective on the court and in the locker room" and "will be a tremendous fit with our team."