Dwyane Wade's eldest son, Zaire Wade, has decided what school to transfer to after riding the bench with LeBron James's son Bronny James, at Sierra Academy.
Zaire, who will graduate from Sierra, will play a postgraduate year at Brewster rather than enter college.
Last year, social media bloggers claimed Dwyane Wade was unhappy with Andre Chevalier, the head coach of Sierra Canyon, over the lack of playing time for his son.
Wade, 38, was reportedly unhappy with the attention lavished on Bronny, a rising star freshman on the highly touted boys basketball team.
According to a published report, Wade argued with Chevalier about playing his son more. The same report claims Wade was considering transferring Zaire to another high school where he is not outshined by better caliber players.
Everywhere the Trailblazers went this season, the media hordes followed LeBron James's son Bronny, 15.
It was all too much for Zaire and his father. Now Zaire has announced he will take his talents to Brewster Academy in New Hampshire.
The 17-year-old announced his decision to little fanfare on Instagram.com.
He posted a mock photo of himself wearing a Brewster Academy uniform. He captioned the image: "Told em it's another route, ima take the other way .. #NextStep."
One rude follower said Zaire's announcement would have received more press attention if he came out as transgender like his little brother, Zaya Wade.