BASKETBALL

Wade will opt out, ?become free agent

• Dwyane Wade told the Miami Heat on Saturday that he is opting out of the final two years and nearly $42 million in his contract, and will become a free agent on Tuesday — the same decision that LeBron James revealed earlier in the week. Udonis Haslem told the Heat that he will not pick up his $4.6 million option for next season. But Chris Bosh is still weighing his options, said agent Henry Thomas, after a miscommunication earlier in the day suggested that the forward was already sold on the idea of opting out.

• The Washington Wizards will keep Andre Miller, 38, for another season. Miller’s agent said that he’s been officially notified by the Wizards that the team will guarantee the veteran guard’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15.

SOCCER

Columbus Crew fan struck by lightning

• An off-duty firefighter went into cardiac arrest after a lightning strike in the Columbus Crew’s stadium parking lot Saturday night, sending him to the hospital in critical condition and leading the Major League Soccer team to postpone its game against FC Dallas. Firefighters said there was a lightning strike outside of the stadium, but it’s not known if the off-duty lieutenant was struck directly, Columbus Fire Department Battalion Chief Tracy Smith said. She said he was in critical condition in the intensive care unit at the Ohio State Medical Center and that it takes between two and three days to determine the total effects of a possible lightning strike.

HOCKEY

Brendan Lemieux?is drafted by Buffalo

• The Buffalo Sabres opened the second day of the NHL draft by selecting forward Brendan Lemieux with the 31st overall pick. Lemieux is the son of former New Jersey Devils star and Stanley Cup champion Claude Lemieux.

• The Chicago Blackhawks traded forward Brandon Bollig to the Calgary Flames for a third-round selection in the NHL draft. Bollig agreed to a three-year contract extension in March. The Blackhawks used the draft pick, No. 83 overall, to take forward Matheson Iacopelli.

• The Columbus Blue Jackets signed defenseman Dalton Prout, 24, to a two-year contract extension. Prout was a restricted free agent who could have received offers from other teams beginning on Tuesday.

Track & Field

McCorory wins 400, edges Richards-Ross

• Francena McCorory won the women’s 400 meters in the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Sacramento, Calif., finishing in 49.48 seconds to edge Olympic champion Sanya Richards-Ross. McCorory won her first U.S. 400 title with her best career time and the fastest time in the world this year. Richards-Ross finished in 49.66. Gil Roberts won the men’s 400, and Dawn Harper-Nelson beat Queen Harrison by a hundredth of a second in the women’s 100 hurdles. American record-holder Maria Michta won her fifth consecutive U.S. title in the women’s 20-kilometer racewalk, finishing in 1:35:54.37.

TriATHlon

Jorgensen runs off with Chicago victory

• Gwen Jorgensen became the first woman to win six career ITU World Triathlon Series events, topping the field at Grant Park in Chicago. Jorgensen, an Olympian from St. Paul, Minn., completed the 1,500-meter swim, 38.1-kilometer bike ride and 10-kilometer run in 1 hour, 55 minutes, 33 seconds. Jorgensen broke a tie with Australia’s Emma Moffatt and Canada’s Paula Findlay for the series record.

— From wire reports