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Dwyane Wade splits defense and finishes with two-handed slam dunk against Magic

Hey, Dwyane Wade still has moves! Even at the ripe old age (in basketball years) at 33, he can still split the defense and finish with a dunk. Don’t believe me? Here’s the video: Sometimes, Wade can go back on that DeLorean and relive the year 2006 in front of all of us. *** Dwyane Wade pic from Getty Images.
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade, Heat eager to hit court for final stretch of season

MIAMI -- The Miami Heat returned to the practice court at AmericanAirlines Arena at full strength after six days off thanks to the extended All-Star break. Well, almost at full strength. Chris Bosh was sent home early because of an unspecified illness, but Dwyane Wade was back at it and went through the entire practice session, which head coach Erik Spoelstra said was about 90 percent...
Via Fox Sports Florida
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwayne Wade Will Not Play In 2015 NBA All-Star Game

Dwayne Wade of the Miami Heat sidelined for 2015 NBA All-Stars Game Dwayne Wade who is still recovering from an injury of the Miami Heat will not be playing in the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. ESPN reports: The Miami Heat guard and 11-time All-Star selection made the announcement Tuesday. His replacement for the game at Madison Square Garden will be selected by NBA commissioner...
Via Basketball Bicker
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Dwyane Wade Expected to Miss 2015 All-Star Game

As expected, and probably in the best interest of the Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade will continue to nurse his strained right hamstring until after the All-Star break. Dwyane Wade will not play in this weekend’s NBA All-Star Game. — Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) February 10, 2015 This means that Wade, who was set to make his 11th NBA All-Star appearance, will also miss Wednesday’s game...
Via Heat Nation
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade headed to Cleveland for Wednesday night

I know you were all waiting with baited breath to find out this bit of news. Dwyane Wade has been out injured, and it was previously reported that he wouldn’t make the trip to Cleveland for Wednesday’s showdown in Cleveland. Apparently, that report was either wrong or premature. Ira Winderman reports that Wade is on the way. Looks like Wade will play Wednesday. Traveling to...
Via Waiting For Next Year
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Guy questions Dwyane Wade’s pasta making skills with hilarious Instagram comment

Dwyane Wade posted a photo on his Instagram account Thursday night of the dinner he and his chef helped prepare for his sons. The photo got boatloads of likes, but one person left a priceless comment. The commenter swatted Wade’s pasta photo into the seventh row seats with his remark about using the strainer. Hey,...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwayne Wade Out Indefinitely, Could Return In 2-3 Weeks

Dwayne Wade of the Miami Heat Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade left Tuesday’s night game against the Milwaukee Bucks after suffering a hamstring injury. Brett Pollakoff of NBC Sports reports, Dwayne Wade left Tuesday night’s contest against the Milwaukee Bucks with a hamstring injury, and was unable to return. His absence meant a winnable game turned into a loss, which only...
Via Basketball Bicker
January 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Dwyane Wade (Hamstring) to Miss at Least 2-3 Weeks

The bad news just got worse. Shooting guard Dwyane Wade, who strained his hamstring on January 27 against the Milwaukee Bucks, is expected to miss two to three weeks of action at best according to Joseph Goodman of the Miami Herald. This means that Wade would miss the All-Star game if he is picked as a reserve and would also miss the Heat’s road game against former teammate LeBron...
Via Heat Nation
January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Dwyane Wade Expected to Miss Extended Time

It seems like every time the Miami Heat are about to turn the corner, another player gets injured. Take last night’s game for example. The Heat were in the midst of a two-game winning streak about to clinch number three, until All-Star Dwyane Wade checked himself out of the ball game in the third quarter with what has been diagnosed as a strained right hamstring. According to...
Via Heat Nation
January 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Heat: 3 reasons why this year will be a success

The Miami Heat are currently 7th in the Eastern Conference standings and just a couple of games out of the 6th seed. It has been a challenging year for the Heat to say the least. When you lose the best player in the world, you are not expected to be as good as you once were, especially when you consider that they have reached the NBA finals for four straight years. However, the...
Via isportsweb.com
January 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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