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Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade
Dwyane Tyrone Wade, Jr. (born January 17, 1982) is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat. Awarded 2006 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, Wade has established himself as one of the most well-known and popular players in the league.
Dwyane Tyrone Wade, Jr. (born January 17, 1982) is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat. Awarded 2006 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, Wade has established himself as one of the most well-known and popular players in the league. « Show less

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  • ASK IRA: Is fear of losing Whiteside in 2016 rational?

    ASK IRA: Is fear of losing Whiteside in 2016 rational?
    Q: I can't help it. I feel the need for trading. Fresh from the lottery I read someone comment that the Knicks will be looking to trade their No. 4 pick in the draft. Does the following make sense, if this is true: Miami sends Hassan Whiteside to New York in exchange for the pick. Miami drafts Justice Winslow with the fourth and Myles Turner with the 10th (or if they get lucky Willie Cauley-Stein). There would be substantial savings in 2016-2017 if Whiteside's potential salary is passed on to the Knicks. Turner could possibly be in the same league as Whiteside. A sharpshooter small forward/shooting guard would be added and a long shot would be drafted with the 40th pick. All that Pat Riley has to do is follow the script and we'll be all right next year. Of course it would help if Phil Jackson acquiesces to the deal, Myles Turner lives up to expectations. Winslow develops into a good defender and injuries are a thing of the past.  I'll leave it up to Pat to decide who gets cut in camp. What say you? Thanks for your comments. -- Joaquin Gomez.
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat positioned to eventually make run at Cavs?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat positioned to eventually make run at Cavs?
    Q: Assuming the Cavaliers win the Eastern Conference, the road back to the NBA Finals will run through Cleveland. Pat Riley painfully remembers the time it went through Michael Jordan and Chicago. That being said, and with Dwyane Wade a year older, I don'...

    Heat shut out on All-NBA for first time since 2008

    Heat shut out on All-NBA for first time since 2008
    The sobering reality of a season gone sour continued Thursday for the Miami Heat, when they went without an All-NBA selection for the first time since 2008. Not only did no Heat player make any of the three All-NBA teams, but only guard Dwyane Wade...

    Lottery landscape: Players within (and out of) Heat reach at No. 10

    Lottery landscape: Players within (and out of) Heat reach at No. 10
    The Miami Heat did not beat the game in Tuesday's NBA Draft lottery, but they stayed in the game, which is what mattered most, emerging with the No. 10 pick for the June 25 NBA Draft in Brooklyn. Based on Tuesday's results, a look at where the Heat...

    Miami Heat's stakes not contingent on NBA draft lottery

    The Heat was in Indianapolis this time last year when those NBA draft lottery balls floated and hopped and landed in such an unlikely way it was almost too unreal to believe. The Milwaukee Bucks had the best odds of landing the No.1 overall pick,...