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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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  • Report: Bulls show interest in Wade

    The Bulls have reached out to register interest in Dwyane Wade, according to Yahoo Sports. An ESPN report said Wade would have no interest in returning to his hometown team. Wade opted out of the final two years and $42 million of his contract with...
  • Chris Bosh returning to Miami Heat; Bulls interested in Dwyane Wade

    Chris Bosh returning to Miami Heat; Bulls interested in Dwyane Wade
    Chris Bosh said all along that he wanted to stay with the Miami Heat, and the departure of LeBron James did not lead to a change of heart. Bosh agreed Friday to a five-year contract worth about $118 million, two people familiar with the situation told...
  • Video points out defensive struggles by Dwyane Wade

    Video points out defensive struggles by Dwyane Wade
    Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade's defense in the first three games of the NBA Finals is broken down with great detail and criticized in an almost 12-minute-long video. The 32-year-old Wade has been plagued by leg ailments throughout the season, missing...
  • LeBron James' return to Cleveland: Score one for the home team

    Before anyone ever cared where I would play basketball, I was a kid from Northeast Ohio. That little boy grew up before our misty eyes Friday, LeBron James winning over legions of fans with a 952-word essay that told the world he was returning to...
  • Heat's LeBron James is 'much better,' focus shifts to Game 2 with Spurs

    Heat's LeBron James is 'much better,' focus shifts to Game 2 with Spurs
    The questions were wrapping up for LeBron James when a late-arriving inquisitor made his way through black curtains in the back of the interview room. There was one final query that had to be made. "You ready to go to practice so we can get better,...
  • NBA Finals' fade is no fluke: Miami Heat needs a mirror

    NBA Finals' fade is no fluke: Miami Heat needs a mirror
    The revelers who had lingered along Biscayne Boulevard hours after Game 3 of the NBA Finals were gone after another game and another defeat two days later, vanishing just like their beloved team. The party may be over in South Beach, and not just...
  • Critical Mass or critical mess?

    Critical Mass or critical mess?
    On the evening of Friday, May 30, Daniel Littell reportedly did what cyclists across South Florida do every day: He flipped off a motorist. Problem: The motorist was Fort Lauderdale Police officer Jason Wilson, who jumped from his cruiser, knocked...
  • LeBron scores 35 as Heat even series with Spurs

    SAN ANTONIO -- This time, the other guys were left in pain. LeBron James, who exited Game 1 of the NBA Finals in the fourth quarter due to leg cramps, returned in a big way Sunday night for Game 2. The Miami forward scored 35 points, grabbed 10...
  • LeBron James doesn't seize up, Heat locks down and NBA Finals are tied

    LeBron James doesn't seize up, Heat locks down and NBA Finals are tied
    LeBron James' body held up just fine. So did his playmaking in the final minutes. He continually scored during a sublime third quarter, then let his teammates make the baskets that pushed the Miami Heat past the San Antonio Spurs, 98-96, in Game 2 of...
  • LeBron James proves he can go home again with choice of Cleveland

    Four years ago, America's most celebrated basketball player epitomized the selfish and ego-driven ills of the modern sports world when he used a televised spectacle to abandon his Midwestern hometown team and chase riches and glamour on a faraway beach....
  • LeBron's Next Duty? Tailor A Title Belt For The Rust Belt

    LeBron's Next Duty? Tailor A Title Belt For The Rust Belt
    If you had been there outside the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich on that steamy July night in 2010, wilting among the 300 rubberneckers to 21st century sporting hubris, you would have understood why they burned LeBron James' jersey and pulled down that...