--Field Level Media
With his NBA future still undecided, Dwyane Wade is being courted by teams in the Chinese Basketball Association.
The Zhejiang Golden Bulls have offered Wade $25 million over three years. The Xinjiang Flying Tigers were preparing to offer Wade a ?monster deal.?
Wade, who made just over $2.3 million last season with the Cavaliers and Heat, is in the middle of a marketing tour in China after signing a lifetime contract last week with Chinese apparel company Li-Ning. Wade announced the deal Wednesday in Beijing while unveiling his new Way of Wade 7 shoe.
The contract calls for him to increase his presence in China and around the world.
The 36-year-old has averaged 11.4 points and 3.4 assists in 22.9 minutes per game, all career lows, across a combined 67 games for Cleveland and Miami last season.
The 15-year veteran last made an All-Star team in 2015-16.