The Post discovered on Tuesday that future Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade won't be joining TNT this season.

 Wade made the choice after three years at the network, according to sources.

Wade has a number of other business interests that he wishes to prioritise over the retention offer from TNT.

TNT declined to comment, although there were no hard feelings between the parties. 

 According to sources, the move has nothing to do with recent layoffs at Warner Bros. Discovery, the parent company of Turner.

 The All-Star Game and the playoffs, two of Turner's greatest events, were often covered by Wade, 40.

 Along with presenter Adam Lefko, Shaquille O'Neal, and Candace Parker, he was a prominent member of the Tuesday night cast.

 ESPN expressed interest in Wade when he signed with Turner in 2019, but it is not anticipated that he will appear on its NBA coverage this year either.

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