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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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  • Why the San Antonio Spurs Can't Shed Media's 'Boring' Label

    The common complaint about the San Antonio Spurs is that they are not "sexy." And that's more of an indictment of the media, frankly, than this relatively small-market NBA franchise, which has an irritating habit of playing into the league's...
  • A lot's the same and a lot's different this time for Heat and Spurs

    A lot's the same and a lot's different this time for Heat and Spurs
    For the most part, the rosters are the same. The setting, cities and coaches, all unchanged. As the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs prepare to meet in the NBA Finals again, the pervading thought is that this series is a mere continuation of last year's...
  • NBA Finals: How the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat match up

    NBA Finals: How the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat match up
    Once more, with healing? The San Antonio Spurs enter their Finals rematch with the Miami Heat seeking some therapeutic redemption after their entire roster was left in need of a mental rubdown following last year's series. Manu Ginobili couldn't...
  • Danny Green, San Antonio too hot for LeBron James, Heat in Game 1

    Danny Green, San Antonio too hot for LeBron James, Heat in Game 1
    Danny Green wasn't feeling it, no matter how sticky the Miami Heat and the heat made things. The San Antonio Spurs guard kept missing shots for 31/2 quarters amid sweltering conditions Thursday night inside the AT&T Center, an air-conditioning...
  • Five takeaways from the Spurs' win over Heat in Game 1 of NBA Finals

    Five takeaways from the Spurs' win over Heat in Game 1 of NBA Finals
    Here are five takeaways from the San Antonio Spurs’ 110-95 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals: 1. LeBron James’ body will be the story of the next 48 hours. The Heat star said he was already feeling better after a game...
  • Gatorade apologizes for tweets about LeBron James' cramps

    Gatorade apologizes for tweets about LeBron James' cramps
    Gatorade is dealing with a bit of a social media backlash after using its Twitter feed to poke at basketball star LeBron James. The Miami Heat superstar cramped up during Thursday night’s game, the first in the NBA Finals. He left the game early...
  • Report: Anthony plans on testing free agency

    Report: Anthony plans on testing free agency
    Could Mike James, Lou Amundsen and Ronnie Brewer be crucial to landing Carmelo Anthony? If that sounds crazy, so once did the idea of Anthony leaving $129 million on the table to bolt the Knicks. But just more than two weeks before the start of NBA...
  • NBA free agency rumors already in midseason form

     NBA free agency rumors already in midseason form
    NBA free agency doesn't begin until July 1, but rumors already are in midseason form. The latest came courtesy of ESPN.com, which reported the Heat internally are pondering ways to add Carmelo Anthony to its Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and...
  • Spurs beat Heat for fifth NBA title, and it's an all-ageless show

    The healing began with about five minutes left in the third quarter, Manu Ginobili rising for a three-pointer that gave the San Antonio Spurs a lead simply too massive to overcome. As a barrage of Patty Mills three-pointers accentuated the rout Sunday...
  • Whither Miami's Big Three?

    Whither Miami's Big Three?
    So, whatcha gonna do now? What the future holds for Miami's LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh became the biggest question after the San Antonio Spurs polished off the Heat to win a fifth championship with a 104-87 victory in Game 5 of the...
  • Five takeaways from the Spurs' victory over the Heat in NBA Finals

    Five takeaways from the Spurs' victory over the Heat in NBA Finals
    1. Kawhi Leonard is no longer up and coming. He’s here. The former star at Riverside's King High won a Finals MVP two weeks to the day before he turned 23. Happy early birthday! It figures to be a pretty rollicking summer for the small forward who...
  • Spurs show Bulls that Heat can be beat

     Spurs show Bulls that Heat can be beat
    Raise your hand if you also wondered who the balding man with gray hair was standing on the podium Sunday night in San Antonio as the Spurs celebrated their NBA title. Spurs owner Peter Holt even delayed an interview with ESPN to allow his players to...