Dwyane Wade's time with the Bulls is going to be short lived.
The "Chicago Tribune" reports Wade and the organization have agreed to buyout the final season of his two-year deal with the organization.
2016-2017 will go down as Wade's only season in Chicago. He averaged 18.3 points on 43-percent shooting with 4.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game.
The Bulls went 41-and-41 last season and lost to the Celtics in the first round of the NBA playoffs.
ESPN put out the Cavaliers, Spurs and Heat are Wade's top choices, but the Thunder could get involved too.
Wade was set to make a little under 24-million-dollars this season. The terms of the buyout have not yet been announced.