RadioOnFire.com - Dwyane Wade may be done playing but apparently, the future Hall of Famer is a coveted prospect as an on-air analyst. According to reports, TNT and ESPN are jockeying for position in the D-Wade sweepstakes. Both networks are reportedly putting together offers for Wade to become a regular analyst starting at some point during this year's playoffs.
Many are already beginning to speculate where Wade could end up. For instance, a theory has it that he will be on TNT as a replacement to Charles Barkley, 56, who has said he plans to retire at the age of 60. However, a slot on ESPN NBA programming could be open if Chauncey Billups takes a front office job with the Minnesota Timberwolves.