Take away a solar system’s central star, it’s impossible to keep the planets in place. Sooner or later, they’ll all trend toward some other orbit. Losing LeBron James should’ ve had a similar impact on the Miami Heat. Dwyane Wade, Chris...Show More Summary
New from PopCrunch: Dwyane Wade (that’s D-Wade to all you Miami Heat fans) and Gabrielle Union are poised to tie the knot somewhere in parts unknown in Miami on Aug. 30. With just over a month left until the big day, the bride and groom...Show More Summary
Gabrielle Union looks like she’s planning to make sure her upcoming marriage to Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade goes off with very little drama. When the couple tie the knot, word has it that wedding guests will be forbidden from bringing their phones to the ceremony. Wedding guests are forbidden from bringing cameras and phones
There is no replacing LeBron James, the world's best basketball talent, and yet the Miami Heat have done a fantastic job offsetting the gaping holes he created when he left for the Cleveland Cavaliers. They just aren't done. They can't...Show More Summary
As a general principle, professional basketball teams shouldn ’t attempt to rebuild around 32-year-old shooting guards with mounting injury issues, declining skills and production that’s long been on the ebb. Even if the player in question is Dwyane Wade. The case against Wade is simple and watertight. Show More Summary
If it ain’t on Twitter, it ain’t happen DWade And Gabrielle Union Send Out Wedding Invites Prohibiting Cell Phones According to TMZ reports: Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union are warning their wedding guests — NO CAMERAS, NO PHONES …
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union are warning their wedding guests -- NO CAMERAS, NO PHONES... which could be a huge problem, since their guests are ADDICTED to social media! The famous couple has just sent out their wedding invitations (made of…
Miami Heat president Pat Riley moved swiftly to rebuild his team after LeBron James decided to take his talents to Cleveland, re-signing Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade while adding Josh McRoberts, Luol Deng and Danny Granger. How did Riley...Show More Summary
Who needs King James? The dolphin will take it from here. THERE'S A NEW BIG THREE IN TOWN. Look how smug that guy is! He knows he can handle those lobs. That's the kind of confidence that will put the Heat right back on top. They'll be fine, everyone. Bonus benefit: now Bosh has someone to talk to.
The list of NBA superstars with a no-trade clause in their deals consists of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Garnett. The most recent additions are Carmelo Anthony, and […] The post Report: Dwyane Wade Has a No-Trade Clause in Miami Heat Contract appeared first on SLAMonline.
The latest on Dwyane Wade's new contract, another addition for the Wizards and more from around the NBA on Wednesday. Dwyane Wade secured a no-trade clause as part of his new contract with the Miami Heat, reports Marc Stein of ESPN.com. Show More Summary
There's been talk aplenty about what Chris Bosh will mean to the Miami Heat this season, but this franchise's heart and soul remains Dwyane Wade. The organization announced on Tuesday that it had re-signed the 32-year-old, officially...Show More Summary
Gabrielle Union is glad that fiancee Dwyane Wade is staying in Miami. After all, it’s where he came to fame and where he forged his legacy, and leaving it would mean abandoning their home. Even worse, she would have to get a new driver’s...Show More Summary
Between the draft and the start of free agency, the 2014 NBA offseason was one of the most memorable in recent history, but it is far from over. With top free agents like Dwyane Wade and Lance Stephenson signing new deals and veterans...Show More Summary
LeBron James went home. Chris Bosh kept it green and stayed in Miami alongside Dwyane Wade. Carmelo Anthony flirted with a few suitors but stayed loyal to the New York Knicks. The big names have mostly made their moves. But that doesn't...Show More Summary
The Miami Heat will pay Dwyane Wade $34 million over the next two years, but they'll owe him a heck of a lot more than that. Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press had news of Wade's new deal first: One can't help but notice Wade's contract will pay him less than the one he opted out of at the beginning of free agency. Show More Summary
The Miami HEAT announced today that they have re-signed guard Dwyane Wade. “Dwyane has been the franchise cornerstone for this team since the day he arrived 11 years ago,” said HEAT President Pat Riley. “He has shown his commitment to the HEAT many times over the course of his career and has always been willing to [...]
When Dwyane Wade put pen to paper on his new contract with the Miami Heat, there were no feelings of regret, nor signs of resentment toward the parties involved or the major one no longer involved. Wade has reasons to be upset over how...Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade isn't going anywhere.
Dwyane Wade is back with the only NBA team he’s ever known. The career Miami Heat player will be returning to the team after signing a two-year contract. The sides are expected to finalize on Tuesday, ESPN.com reported. Wade will hold a player option for the second year of the deal, which was originally reported