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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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  • Heat send recovery wishes as TNT's Sager battles leukemia | Video

       For the Miami Heat, the color and pageantry of the NBA playoffs will be muted, with TNT sideline report Craig Sager missing the postseason to be treated for leukemia.     "He's a big part of basketball," forward LeBron James said Saturday at...
  • Greg Cote: For first time in Big 3 era, Heat seems vulnerable

    MIAMI This time it feels different, doesn't it? The Heat in the Big 3 Era always has found a way to keep things fresh and keep us fascinated, and now that means trying on a role unlike any the team has played in the previous three seasons. This time,...
  • Ranking the NBA teams

    Records and stats final regular season: 1. San Antonio Spurs (62-20, Last week 1): Could home-court advantage throughout the playoffs be enough to help Tim Duncan win a fifth NBA title? 2. Oklahoma City Thunder (59-23, LW 2): If Russell Westbrook...
  • Can title runs take a toll in the long run?

    Can title runs take a toll in the long run?
    Dwyane Wade made his intentions known four years ago. After the Miami Heat lost to the Boston Celtics in the first round of the 2010 playoffs, he made it clear he expected his seasons to last a couple months longer. "This will be my last first-round...
  • Are Heat on verge of being history's team?

    Are Heat on verge of being history's team?
    So it begins again. The fun and fuming. The nerves and nonsense. And the stakes for the Heat that escalate beyond anything Charlotte offers Sunday in the playoff opener, maybe beyond even a third NBA title shimmering in a distant June. Every major...
  • NBA playoffs begin with intriguing matchups

    This is the time of year that reputations and championships are made. Two-time defending champion Miami looks for the NBA's first three-peat since Kobe and Shaq's Lakers (2000-2002). The star power is immense, including LeBron James, Dirk Nowitzki, Tony...
  • David J. Neal: Role players hold key to Miami Heat title hopes

    MIAMI No matter what media blowhards like me say, individuals don't win championships, even in the NBA. Not Wilt Chamberlain. Not Magic Johnson, Larry Bird or LeBron James. No, not even Michael Jordan. Teams of individuals win. Teams that go down to...
  • Spurs haven't forgotten last season's disappointment

    The general consensus is that the San Antonio Spurs will finish this year what they failed to finish last year and capture the 2014 NBA title. The Spurs (62-20) were the only NBA team to reach 60 wins this season as they rumbled through the schedule as...
  • Other teams see opportunity to knock Heat out of playoffs

    Yes, there is great leaguewide respect for the two-time defending champion Heat. But when some of the other Eastern Conference playoff teams look at the Heat and Indiana, they see opportunity, considering Miami went 11-14 since March 4 and Indiana lost 13...
  • Heat hardly Grade A; makeup tests at hand

    Heat hardly Grade A; makeup tests at hand
       There were moments when it was difficult to tell what truly mattered for the Miami Heat. They played big; they played small. They played hard; they played not so hard. They got up for the biggest challenges; they shrunk from the smallest ones. There...
  • Spoelstra said no minute restriction on Wade, will be monitored | Video

    Spoelstra said no minute restriction on Wade, will be monitored | Video
        It's been nearly a month since Dwyane Wade has played more than 23 minutes in a game, but coach Erik Spoelstra said Saturday there will be no restriction with his All-Star guard when the Miami Heat open the NBA playoffs Sunday against the Charlotte...