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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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  • LeBron James decides to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers

    LeBron James is removing his talents from Miami. Four years after stunning the NBA world with “The Decision,” the Miami Heat forward announced an even larger revelation on SI.com Friday, perhaps destined to be called “The Redemption.&...
  • For Magic's Romero Osby, summer league is place to follow your dreams, provide for your family

    For Magic's Romero Osby, summer league is place to follow your dreams, provide for your family
    How many times have we read the horrid headlines over the years and just shaken our heads in disgust? Millionaire professional athlete has six kids by five different women and is taking care of none of them? Well, I've got a better story for you....
  • Column: James disappoints Miami

    The Sports Xchange By Charlie McCarthy, The Sports Xchange Column: James disappoints Miami FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- LeBron James again has left a major U.S. city and its sports fans in a state of shock, disbelief and anger. In a first-person essay for...
  • David Haugh: Carmelo basically made same decision as LeBron

    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...
  • Bosh agrees to $118 million deal to stay in Miami: report

    Bosh agrees to $118 million deal to stay in Miami: report
    The Miami Heat went on the offensive after losing LeBron James on Friday by agreeing to a massive five-year, $118 million deal to retain nine-time All-Star Chris Bosh, according to a Yahoo report. Free agent James had broken up Miami's so-called 'Big...
  • Bulls still in hunt for Carmelo Anthony

    Bulls still in hunt for Carmelo Anthony
    LAS VEGAS — In an elegant essay Friday penned with senior writer Lee Jenkins for Sports Illustrated, LeBron James announced he's going home to the Cavaliers. The Cavaliers are talented but young and unproven. The Heat, though they retained Chris...
  • Wade slashes salary in new deal to facilitate Heat makeover

    Wade slashes salary in new deal to facilitate Heat makeover
      Dwyane Wade is back with the Miami Heat. Even after the All-Star guard opted out of his contract last month, it was clear he wasn't going anywhere.    In the wake of LeBron James leaving South Florida for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat...
  • ASK IRA: Does Wade's contract unlock the Heat's future?

    ASK IRA: Does Wade's contract unlock the Heat's future?
    Q: Ira, I understand Dwyane Wade agreeing to a pay cut and being a team player. But why does he have an opt out after the first year? -- David. A: Because what if he is super-fantastic again and merits a long-term deal like Chris Bosh? In the short...
  • Free agency a rerun for the Bulls

    It was about a week before free agency opened that Carmelo Anthony told the Knicks he would opt out of his contract, and I wrote we might be seeing the earliest the Bulls had ever been used in a contract negotiation. And now, with Anthony returning to...
  • After LeBron: South Florida will survive while Cleveland thrives

    After LeBron: South Florida will survive while Cleveland thrives
    There is consolation in LeBron James' departure from the Miami Heat: South Floridians won't have to endure Cleveland winters in his absence. LeReturn does signal another paradigm shift in a modern tale of two cities linked by the LeBron Effect. Forbes...
  • Report: Heat eye Deng as potential LeBron replacement

    The Sports Xchange Report: Heat eye Deng as potential LeBron replacement From LeBron to Luol? Those are some mighty large shoes to fill. According to ESPN.com, sources told the web site's Marc Stein that the Miami Heat -- still reeling at LeBron James'...