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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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  • #'HeatLifer'? Arison's tag suits Heat to a T(-shirt) | Photo

    #'HeatLifer'? Arison's tag suits Heat to a T(-shirt) | Photo
    "Big Three"? "Heatles"? So passe. What Dwyane Wade coined and Micky Arison tagged apparently has become the Miami Heat's new catchphrase. Because, right now, on sale at theMiamiHeatStore.com, you can find the "Sportiqe Miami HEAT Lifer" T-shirt for $30,...
  • Arison in wake of loss of LeBron: 'We are not done; not even close'

    Arison in wake of loss of LeBron: 'We are not done; not even close'
      For nearly three weeks there has been near silence from Miami Heat management about the free-agent departure of forward LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Until Monday.  Until Heat owner Micky Arison, in what the team termed "a message to...
  • Text of statement from Heat owner Micky Arison

    Text of statement from Heat owner Micky Arison
      The statement issued Monday by Heat owner Micky Arison and sent to season-ticket holders:    While what your Miami HEAT has accomplished in the last four years has been historic, there’s a bigger picture that more clearly defines the success...
  • Luol Deng signs with Heat

    Maybe the Chicago Bulls-Miami Heat rivalry isn't dead after all. Two days after LeBron James left the Heat to return to his home-state Cleveland Cavaliers, Luol Deng agreed to a two-year, $20 million deal with the Heat. Deng met with Heat president...
  • Chris Bosh sees rebuilt Heat having renewed motivation

    Chris Bosh sees rebuilt Heat having renewed motivation
      Chris Bosh is ready to step up after stepping away.    As he spent the start of NBA free agency half a world away, including a promotional appearance in Ghana, Bosh recognized that both his life and team were about to dramatically change with Friday's...
  • Can't blame Carmelo Anthony for staying home

    Can't blame Carmelo Anthony for staying home
    Reserve any rancor over Carmelo Anthony choosing the Knicks over the Bulls for something truly hypocritical. This wasn't. His re-signing was understandable and defensible, as pragmatic as it was personal. This was Anthony doing Saturday exactly what...
  • Bulls to add 2011 draft-day acquisition Mirotic

    Bulls to add 2011 draft-day acquisition Mirotic
    LAS VEGAS — The 2014-15 Bulls are taking shape. They’re just not making it official yet. League sources said Kirk Hinrich will follow Pau Gasol and officially sign in the coming days. Nikola Mirotic tweeted that he will “fulfill a...
  • Heat sign Luol Deng, bring back Mario Chalmers, Birdman

    Heat sign Luol Deng, bring back Mario Chalmers, Birdman
      He won't be asked to be LeBron James. For that loss, there is no replacement part. But Sunday's addition of Luol Deng makes the Miami Heat closer to whole than might have been expected after James' Friday's free-agency move to the Cleveland Cavaliers....
  • Heat sign Chalmers, McRoberts, Granger

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: updates with signing of McRoberts Heat sign Chalmers, McRoberts, Granger Miami Heat president Pat Riley continues to move on with life after LeBron James, announcing three signings on Monday. The Heat officially re-...
  • NBA roundup: Heat sign three

    The Sports Xchange NBA roundup: Heat sign three Miami Heat president Pat Riley continues to move on with life after LeBron James, announcing three signings on Monday. The Heat officially re-signed guard Mario Chalmers and signed free agent forwards...
  • Heat push forward: Chalmers, McRoberts, Granger signed

    Heat push forward: Chalmers, McRoberts, Granger signed
       It is a process even more meticulous than a five-man weave. There is no turnover in the NBA more costly than failing to execute contracts in the precise order required under the salary cap.    So when the Miami Heat formally announced the signing...