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Dwyane Wade wants Heat to finish home stretch with win

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Dwyane Wade moves into NBA's top-50 scorers list

Wade is quickly becoming one of the best scorers ever. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsThe 33-year-old Dwyane Wade has been in the NBA long enough that he's starting to rack up some historic numbers. Wade is having another strong season this year, averaging 18.6 points per game in just barely under 30 minutes a night for Miami. It's another typical Dwyane Wade season, and that means...
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Dwyane Wade Enters Top 50 On All-Time Scoring List

In the process of narrowly escaping a loss to the Sixers. Dwyane Wade finished the night with a game-high 27 points to move into 49th place on the all-time scoring list ahead of Dale Ellis (No. 51) and Reggie Theus (No. 50). Wade now has 19,017 career points and counting. MILESTONE ALERT! @DwyaneWade scored his 19,000th career point on this layup. Congrats, D. Wade! ⚡️ pic...
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Watch: Dwyane Wade hits Justise Winslow on alley-oop

Dwyane Wade and Justise Winslow connect on an alley-oop after Wade made a steal…. Wade ⬆️ Winslow — Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) November 22, 2015 The post Watch: Dwyane Wade hits Justise Winslow on alley-oop appeared first on Crossover Chronicles.
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Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers Game Recap: Wade Makes History as Heat Complete Comeback

(Miami, FL) – After their 116-109 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Thursday night, the Miami Heat (8-4) kept the lowly Philadelphia 76ers (0-14) out of the win column on Saturday with a 96-91 victory at American Airlines Arena. It was far from easy, however, as Miami had to rally from two separate 17-point deficits in the game as well as an 11-point deficit midway through the...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ira Winderman: Miami Heat Should Consider Dwyane Wade in Bench Role

All things considered, Dwyane Wade has been playing pretty well this season. Despite being on the verge of turning 34 years old, the Miami Heat shooting guard is averaging 17.8 points and 4.7 assists per game. His scoring average is second on the team, while his assists average leads the squad. However, before his recent 24-point performance in a 116-109 victory over the Sacramento...
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Dwyane Wade Relying on Mental Game over Athleticisim

There was a time when Dwyane Wade didn’t think about the game. He simply reacted. When he was winning Finals MVPs and leading the league in scoring with a scoring average of 30.2 points per game, the Miami Heat superstar simply relied on instincts. Now, at the age of 33, Wade doesn’t so much depend upon instincts—he thinks things through. Following Thursday night’s victory...
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Miami Heat: Dwyane Wade Struggling to Score After Fast Start to Season

Dwyane Wade hasn’t looked so great lately. After making a statement over the first five games of the season when he averaged 22.2 points and scored at least 20 points in each of those contests, Wade has cooled off considerably. The 33-year-old shooting guard has failed to score more than 12 points in a single outing in his four appearances since, as he has shot just 32.7 percent...
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Kobe Bryant’s advice for Dwyane Wade’s son? ‘Shoot a lot more’

Kobe Bryant delivered some sage wisdom to the son of Dywane Wade following the Los Angeles Lakers’ loss to the Miami Heat Tuesday night. And given Bryant’s propensity to air it out and shoot often throughout his Hall of Fame career, his advice for the young man hardly should be surprising. “We talked about his son’s game a little bit,” Bryant said of his conversation with...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade drains shot from behind half court (video)

The Minnesota Timberwolves thought they had the final shot in the first half of Thursday night’s game against the Miami Heat, except they didn’t. Ricky Rubio attempted to drive the lane, but Dwyane Wade reached in and slapped the ball away. Wade scooped up the ball, did a full spin and put up a shot from behind half court. Spoiler alert: He banked it in. Wade not be the explosive...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

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