CHICAGO (USA): There’s a buzz in the Bulls’ ranks with Dwyane Wade joining them from the Miami Heat. A native of Chicago, Wade made a sparkling debut for the city he was born in on Thursday night, when the Bulls opened their 2016-17 season against the Boston Celtics at United Center.
Wade and Rajon Rondo are the only veterans in the third most changed team in the league this season and there are concerns with fresh faces aplenty, but trust, Wade reckoned, will hold the team in good stead. “Well, it’s all about trust. It’s like with anything in life -you don’t know somebody, you ain’t trust him with your life. On the basketball court, you have to trust a guy that’s going to have your back. But when you’re playing team basketball, it’s all about helping each other. “It’s not a one-on-one game so it’s all about trust, building that trust. You get that trust by being in the foxhole with that guy, going through tough moments with him, learning with each other, talking with each other so we built some trust,” he said.