Just like his teammate LeBron, D-Wade flew in a private jet overseas to China. He was there to promote his line of sneakers and take photos of "Wade Avenue" (a street in Beijing named after the champ). But sorry folks, the shoes won't be available in the U.S. market for quite some time. At home in Miami - and now that his messy divorce is finalized - he took the opportunity to teach his son Zaire how to ride bike, and prepare for his summer camps. The first took place at Nova Southeastern University and the second took place in his hometown, New Lenox, Illinois where he made several kids (ages 8-18) very happy. He¿s also spent some time catching up on social media promoting his brands including his new iPhone, app "Driven." D-Wade has also been tweeting inspirational quotes. My favorite so far: "Thinking about what's next for me. rest, but no sleep." Next up, he¿ll coach a few lucky (and rich. Tickets start at $10,500) South Floridians on their B-ball skills at his Fantasy Camp held Aug. 15-18.
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