The Milwaukee Bucks have scheduled a meeting with free-agent guard Dwyane Wade on Wednesday in New York City.
Wade has played 13 seasons with the Miami Heat but several teams have shown interest in him, including the Bucks and the Denver Nuggets. The Heat reportedly made a two-year, $40 million offer to Wade on Monday. That offer includes a player option for a second year.
The Bucks would have to make a move to create cap room to sign Wade, possibly dealing center Greg Monroe. Monroe has two years left on his current deal in Milwaukee, but the final year is a player option.
Wade played his college ball in Milwaukee at Marquette. he was the fifth overall pick in the 2003 draft.