AP Interview: Wade ready for his Chicago challenge

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Dwayne Wade played for three head coaches in 13 seasons with the Miami Heat, helped orchestrate one of the most scrutinized free-agent hauls in NBA history when LeBron James and Chris Bosh came to play alongside him, and had 112 teammates along the way.

His first official day of work with an NBA team other than Miami comes on Monday, when he goes to media day on the eve of his first training camp with the Chicago Bulls. Wade left Miami this summer and took a two-year deal worth about $47 million from the Bulls

"It's going to be difficult, 100 percent. I'm fine with it, though,'' Wade said in an interview. ''For me, it goes back to the whole challenge thing. It's not like I haven't done this before. At the end of the day we're all wearing the same jersey right now and we have to come together, just like any team. And that's going to be tough.''

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