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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 retaining their own potential lottery pick beyond the Heat's means?

    ASK IRA: Is retaining their own potential lottery pick beyond the Heat's means?
    Q: Unless the Heat can make a move for a distributing point guard who can shoot the three and/or a true backup for Dwyane Wade, why not just shut the veterans down, try to develop the young talent, and regain the draft pick? You wrote that the veterans...
  • Wade on losing All-Star start to Lowry, 'They had an unbelievable campaign'

    Wade on losing All-Star start to Lowry, 'They had an unbelievable campaign'
    Social Media 1. Dwyane Wade 0. And the Miami Heat guard said he's fine with it. After an intensive social-media push north of the border ultimately pushed Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry into an Eastern Conference starting spot for the Feb. 15 All-Star...
  • Ira Winderman: Either or neither when it comes to Wade, Bosh as All-Stars?

    The distinction between what coaches say and what they mean has long involved a considerable chasm, unless that coach is Gregg Popovich. So, for what it's worth, consider the words of Hornets coach Steve Clifford before Wednesday's game against the...
  • Wade knows gesture toward crowd was wrong, but hopes NBA can better police unruly fans

    For making an obscene gesture toward heckling fans, Dwyane Wade was fined $15,000 by the NBA and even had his phone and television privileges revoked at home by his family. He knows it was wrong. He also hopes it can spur some change. Wade has asked...
  • NBA Coast to Coast: Dwyane Wade seeks better protection for players

    NBA Coast to Coast: Dwyane Wade seeks better protection for players
    Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade, fined $15,000 by the NBA for making an obscene gesture toward heckling fans, has asked the NBA to further improve how it protects players from the most unruly of fans. Wade made the request during the league's brief...
  • Heat survive 89-87 against Pacers behind Deng's 23

    Heat survive 89-87 against Pacers behind Deng's 23
    Nothing will ever come easy again for the Miami Heat. Hyperbole? Sure. But it's certainly felt that way almost the entire season. Including Friday night at AmericanAirlines Arena, when the Heat led by 21 in the first half, 20 late in the third quarter...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 89, Pacers 87

    Winderman's view: Heat 89, Pacers 87
    Observations from Friday night's 89-87 victory over the Indiana Pacers at AmericanAirlines Arena: -- Because nothing comes easy for the Heat this season, especially at home. -- Ever. -- Luol Deng might not be the Heat's 3-point shooter of choice,...
  • ASK IRA: Can Heat survive without a backup shooting guard?

    ASK IRA: Can Heat survive without a backup shooting guard?
    Q: After reading your answers to others about trades, are you under the assumption the Heat will make none by the deadline, and only use their injury exception on a marginal player? To me, it feels like a big move is coming. -- Logan, Miami. A: I don'...
  • Heckle Dwyane Wade about his age, you deserve the middle finger

    Heckle Dwyane Wade about his age, you deserve the middle finger
    The Heat are struggling, to say the least. No championship on the horizon. And the biggest star on the team is aging fast. Still, if you heckle Dwyane Wade during a game about his birth year, you deserve his fastest middle-finger salute. That's...
  • Heat President Pat Riley speaks out on Miami's struggles, insists team is playoff-capable

    Pat Riley stood along a wall in what the Miami Heat call "Championship Alley," the hallway that links the team's locker room and the court inside AmericanAirlines Arena. The corridor is lined with photos of great moments from Miami's three championship...
  • Gasols voted first brothers to start NBA All-Star game; Raptors' Lowry surges to a spot

    Pau and Marc Gasol have been voted the first brothers to start in the NBA All-Star game, while Toronto's Kyle Lowry made a late surge in fan balloting and will start for the Eastern Conference. Lowry passed Dwyane Wade and will start alongside...