Dwyane Wade is ready to play basketball. Preferably in Miami.
And if that's not an option, he's preparing himself to start looking elsewhere.
Wade said yesterday that he has authorised agent Henry Thomas to listen to any viable offers that may be out there for him to play internationally this season - with the caveat that, until such time as all hope for an NBA season is gone, he won't be signing any deal with any other club.
"I told my agent to just take a peek," Wade said in an interview with The Associated Press. "It's time. There's a possibility that we're not going to have a season. We've got to see what's out there, what the possibilities are. I want to play competitive basketball this year. I've missed a year of basketball in my life before. I'm not trying to miss another. I don't have too many years of basketball left."