Russell Wilson on leading Ciara.
Mario Chalmers is a 29-year-old man and a two-time NBA champion, but his teammates still treat him like a little brother. During a trip to (...)
Dwyane Wade did a genuinely fun and informative Twitter Q&A Monday morning, and this was the best part: @DwyaneWade have you yelled at Mario lately? — VP3 (@VSalomon22) July 6, 2015 Let me get on that right now... @mchalmers15 whaaaaaat...Show More Summary
Presumably sitting in a Dade County DMV office, Dwyane Wade decided to whittle away a portion of his Monday morning by hosting a Twitter Q&A with fans. He took on any and all comers—trash talkers and genuine supporters alike—and the discussion made for a frank little window into the current world of Wade. Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade signed a one-year deal with the Miami Heat worth $20 million, making some to wonder what might happen in two years. In a (...)
Unable to secure a rich, long-term commitment, Dwyane Wade had to settle for a large one-year sum from the Miami Heat. But he ain’t mad. $20 million is nothing to The post Dwyane Wade: ‘A One-Year Deal Isn’t a Bad Thing’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA free agency is in full swing as rumors are flying around some of the game's biggest players. Plenty of pros have had contracts settled on Thursday, including Dwyane Wade staying in Miami, per ESPN.com, and Greg Monroe making his way to Milwaukee, per ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. The deals are far from being finished, though. Show More Summary
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have reunited... all aboard an insane $29 MILLION yacht in the Bahamas... TMZ Sports has learned. James and his wife, Savannah -- along with Wade and Gabrielle Union -- have been staying on a yacht called the…
Bosh wasn’t going to let anything stop him from congratulating his teammate.
Sometimes, compromise is better than consensus. The former requires more fuss and more muss, but seemingly ugly processes can (and often do) reveal a lot about both parties while yielding better business. Just ask Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. Show More Summary
The AP reports that Dwyane Wade has agreed to a one-year, $20 million contract. What the hell? Read more...
Wade got his $20 million.
Most of us would be delighted to “settle” for an extra $4 million over the next year of our employment, but this is the NBA, where contract figures are bigger than Gheorghe Muresan’s shoe size. So in that context, yes, Dwyane Wade chose to settle for an extra four mill. The Heat star had opted […]
Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat and Tim Duncan will return to the San Antonio Spurs.
MIAMI (AP) — Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat. Wade informed the Heat on Thursday that he will accept their one-year offer to re-sign for $20 million for next season, said a person familiar with the negotiations. The person...Show More Summary
He’ll stay, for one more year.
The long and fruitful marriage between Dwyane Wade and Miami Heat will continue, as the two sides have agreed to a new deal. Wade announced on Instagram he will be returning to the Heat: Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reported the deal is worth $20 million for one year. Show More Summary
Miami Heat rumors indicate Dwyane Wade wants a max contract. It seems that Wade will either receive a max deal from the Heat or head deeper into free agency during the NBA offseason. A report from Sports Illustrated on Thursday (July...Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat.
Wish granted: Dwyane Wade got the $20 million he was seeking from the Miami Heat, and will remain in South Beach for at least another season. Pat Riley and the The post Dwyane Wade Re-Signs With Miami for One-Year at $20 Million appeared first on SLAMonline.