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
The Miami Heat won the 2013 NBA championship despite Dwyane Wade not playing like "Dwyane Wade" for the majority of the playoff run. If that happens next season, if Wade's knee issues continue to bother him, if he doesn't play at an... Read Post