Dwyane Wade took to Twitter and shared his excitement for the decision of the Miami Heat to bring back Mario Chalmers.
Chalmers and Wade spent seven years (2008-2015) playing together for the Heat and won two titles (2012, 2013). They also led Miami to four straight NBA Finals (2010-2014).
The two-time NBA champion agreed to a 10-day deal with Miami as a replacement player and Dwyane Wade was pleased to see his former teammate return to the league.
Mario Chalmers could make his debut with Miami on Sunday, when the Heat visit Sacramento to play the Kings.
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