The Miami Heat released a fantastic video on Monday, but it seems more appropriate to blog about it on Thursday, given that it’s quite the throwback. Players such as Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Amar’e Stoudemire donned colorful outfits and helped recreate the opening theme of the popular 1990’s TV show, “Martin.” If you were […]
Dwyane Wade and the surging Heat look for a marquee win over a West power. Reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry is arguably the best basketball player in the world right now. He may also be the single-biggest Carolina Panthers fan on Earth. Show More Summary
The 34-year-old can get up.
D-Wade earned his moniker of “Flash” with this emphatic slam. Evading Nicolas Batum and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in a two-on-one fast break, Dwyane Wade dropped the hammer with this one-handed dunk. The post WATCH: Dwyane Wade Throws it Down with One Hand appeared first on SLAMonline.
wade can still do stuff pic.twitter.com/qiWxnqk6I9 — James Herbert (@outsidethenba) February 6, 2016 Dwyane Wade is turning back the clock with the powerhouse slam in transition. It's fitting given that the Miami Heat are rocking the throwbacks. Show More Summary
The Dubs go to the White House and Dwyane Wade replies to fans. The post NBA Tweets of the Week appeared first on SLAMonline.
Chris Bosh scored 20 points, Dwyane Wade bounced back with 18 after matching the worst shooting half of his career and the Miami Heat beat the Dallas Mavericks 93-90 Wednesday night.
Nobody can get under Dwyane Wade's skin. Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley tried to Tuesday night, but the Miami Heat superstar was having none of it. Beverley kept pestering Wade after a second-quarter whistle, so the All-Star shooting guard shoved him. When Beverley got in his face, D-Wade broke out his patented smirk. [Vine] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Dwyane Wade is doing it all tonight in Houston. First, he pulled off a flashy spin move and lay-in. Now, he blocked a shot on one end of the floor The post WATCH: Dwyane Wade Blocks, Then Dishes appeared first on SLAMonline.
Don’t get it twisted: Dwyane Wade will still cook you.
The Celtics head to New York to renew their rivalry with the Knicks, plus the Heat and Rockets and everything else from NBA Tuesday. Dwyane Wade highlights might not be a nightly occurrence anymore, but the star still has it -- evenShow More Summary
Talk about flashy! Watch Dwyane Wade make his spin move to the rim like a master and then lay in a circus shot for two. D-Wade moves on NBATV! #NBARapidReplay #MIAatHOU The post WATCH: Dwyane Wade Spins His Way to the Rim appeared first on SLAMonline.
D-Wade goes old school. Dwyane Wade highlights might not be a nightly occurrence anymore, but the star still has it -- even if he's going through three defenders. D-Wade moves on NBATV! #NBARapidReplay #MIAatHOU https://t.co/q8gjwGlqXG —...Show More Summary
He was so good, the ref gave him a high-five.
You may recall Zaire Wade, Dwyane Wade's 13-year-old son who once clowned on his dad's dunking. Now Zaire has his own basketball mixtape and he's absolutely killing it at John Lucas Camp. At one point, a ref gave Wade props after he made a three: And of course, Dwyane is really proud of his son: It's more work to do but I like what I'm seeing. Show More Summary
By Chris Huntemann and Jared Jones A few years ago, when it was time for free agency in the NBA, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all decided to each take a little less money and play together for the Miami Heat. How did that turn out? Oh, not too bad. Show More Summary
LeBron James' son isn't the only youngster who can ball. Zaire Wade, the 13-year-old son of Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, is following in his father's footsteps and wreaking havoc on the basketball court. Like dad, Zaire is a two-way player. Show More Summary
On Jan. 19, Heat guard Dwyane Wade scored two points in 21 minutes during a loss to Milwaukee, the second time in his career he had played that much and scored that little in a regular-season game. He missed the next game with shoulder soreness, a loss to Washington, Miami’s sixth defeat in seven games. [...]
The Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant were today named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Jan. 25 through Sunday, Jan. 31.
Dwyane Wade doesn't keep track of his milestones.