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Dwyane Wade signs deal with Bulls

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Wilbon: Wade will fill emotional void in Chicago (2:34)

Michael Wilbon talks about what Dwyane Wade will bring to the Bulls on the court as well as the impact he will have on the franchise's culture after Chicago traded Derrick Rose. (2:34)

CHICAGO -- 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 said 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."