Okay, perhaps you've heard of this fellow. But he's been under the radar for much of the season, trust me. If you wonder why Miami finished with a second seed despite high expectations, Wade is where to look. He performed splendidly this year (26.37 PER), but through fewer minutes and games. The All-Star shooting guard missed a quarter of the season, and played only 33.2 minutes per contest.
Expectations were high for the Miami Heat heading into the 2010-2011 season. It's understandable, since the team had just acquired All-Stars LeBron James and Chris Bosh to team up with fellow All-Star Dwyane Wade. Yet now, with more... Read Post
Dwyane Wade Banged Up After Colliding with Brian Cardinal After a brilliant performance in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade got off to a fast start in Game 5 against the Dallas Mavericks. Despite making jus... Read Post