Chicago Bulls

Wade gets $100 million offer from Heat season-ticket holder

By: Andy Slater

Dwyane Wade may want to hold off on signing his new contract with the Chicago Bulls. The former Heat superstar has been offered $100 million to reverse his decision and stay in Miami, but there's a catch. 

A Miami Heat season ticket holder says he will pay Wade the big bucks if he hits Friday night's Mega Millions jackpot.

Kevin Wasielewski, 40, is a longtime Miami resident and also founder of Origin PC, a Miami-based computer company. He says he is serious about the offer. 

"I'll give Wade the offer he can't refuse," Wasielewski said. "I want him to retire in Miami." 

Wasielewski tweeted a picture of his Mega Millions ticket along with the offer to Wade. He didn't want to share the numbers he selected for the $540 million drawing, hoping no one else would play them ---  but he did give a hint of what Heat fans could root for.

"All of the numbers I picked are related to Wade," Wasielewski said.

Odds of hitting the Mega Millions jackpot are roughly 1 in 259 million. It's safe to say if a #3 ball doesn't get drawn Friday night, the odds of the offer to Wade are zero. 

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