Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade has spent his entire 12-year career with one team, but it is looking even more unlikely that he will finish his career in Miami.
Wade has been unhappy with his contract situation with the Heat, and he may choose to opt out and become an unrestricted free agent.
The Heat are planning to meet with Wade within the coming week to discuss his contract issues.
His other choice is to play one more season with the Heat and earn $16.1 million on his contract option.
The All-Star shooting guard reportedly wants a pay raise, since he previously took a pay cut for Cleveland Cavaliers small forward LeBron James and center Chris Bosh to play with the Heat.
Wade even said that he would be interested in receiving a contract worth $20 million.
Wade has been linked to rumors that he may sign with the Los Angeles Lakers, who have mutual interest in the three-time champion.
James has also expressed interest in reuniting with Wade after winning two titles with him when playing with the Heat.
Wade is currently 33 years old, so he will likely sign a contract that will last up to three years at most.