Miami Heat star guard Dwyane Wade needed only 12 points during Miami's 106-73 Game 7 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday, but they were historic. On a free throw with six minutes, nine seconds remaining in the second quarter, Wade surpassed Wilt Chamberlain for 17th place all-time in playoff points, per ESPN on Twitter. Show More Summary
The Miami Heat's experience and talent showed during Sunday's 106-73 victory over the Charlotte Hornets in Game 7 of the teams' opening-round playoff series at American Airlines Arena. The Heat's face of the franchise, Dwyane Wade, came...Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade and the Heat are currently smoking the Hornets in Game 7 of their opening round playoff series. Before the game, Wade was moved to tears during the national anthem. The post Dwyane Wade Tears Up During National Anthem Before Game 7 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Heat forced a Game 7 and now have the chance to advance to the second round with a win at home. Dwyane Wade refused to let the Heat die and with a terrific performance forced a final showdown with the Hornets for a spot in the second round. Show More Summary
With the Miami Heat's 2015-16 season hanging in the balance Friday night, there was zero doubt who would command control of their crunch-time offense. If Sunday's win-or-go-fishing Game 7 is to travel a similar path, the story won'tShow More Summary
Since rising from the South Side of Chicago to NBA stardom, Dwyane Wade does not need to look outward for motivation. Nevertheless, a man in a purple button-down was dead set on adding extra fuel to Wade’s fire during Friday’s Game 6 between the Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat. From his court-side seat, Michael Deason, or “Purple Shirt […]
This guy was relentless.
The mere mention of Game 7 got Dwyane Wade's undivided attention.
Dwyane Wade and Kemba Walker went head-to-head Friday night, with both teams shutting up and getting the ball in the hands of their star. After some ups and downs for both players, both are once again in their zone. It was glorious Game 6 of the Miami-Charlotte series turned into a battle of clutch legends. Show More Summary
When the Miami Heat needed someone to step up at crunch time Friday, Dwyane Wade delivered.
So here’s this weirdo wearing purple and a tiny green backpack who somehow scored court-side seats for tonight’s Heat-Hornets Game 6. He tried riding Dwyane Wade hard in the final minutes, only to see the veteran Miami guard hit two marvelous clutch shots. That, somehow, didn’t shut Purple Guy up. This is the worst Prince tribute ever. Read more...
Congrats, ¯\_(?)_/¯ Sports struggles have plagued Jeb Bush in the past, and it appears the NBA Playoffs are no different. Dawane wade — Jeb Bush (@JebBush) April 30, 2016 Wait, who? Let's try that again, Jeb. Dwayne Wade is the man.Show More Summary
Paul George had 21 points and 11 rebounds as the Indiana Pacers beat the Toronto Raptors, while Dwyane Wade led Miami over Charlotte.
Dwyane Wade scored 23 points and hit two clutch shots in the final minute, and the Miami Heat forced a decisive Game Seven with a 97-90 victory over the Charlotte Hornets in their first-round Eastern Conference playoff series on Fri...
Tonight in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade made several remarkable shots to force a Game 7 against the Charlotte Hornets. Jeb Bush, who has nothing better to do than tweet about basketball like the rest of us, celebrated the heroic performance by mangling the spelling of Wade’s first name in the exact way a small child might. Read more...
Dwyane Wade scored 10 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter, and the Miami Heat forced their first-round series to a seventh game with a 97-90 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night.
The Heat superstar hit two clutch shots to allow Miami to hold off Charlotte and force a Game 7. The Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets are headed to a Game 7. Dwyane Wade outdueled Kemba Walker in a thrilling shot-for-shot battle, carrying...Show More Summary
Gabrielle Union goes topless under her jacket on the cover of Ocean Drive magazine‘s May/June 2016 issue. Here is what the 43-year-old Being Mary Jane actress had to share with the mag: On having her own financial independence in marriage to Dwyane Wade: “He appreciates my independence, and my high credit score, and the fact [...]