Move over, Derrick Rose. Make room, Rajon Rondo. Slide over, Anderson Varejao. Step aside, Dwyane Wade. Thanks to the injury-inviting rigors of the NBA's regular season, y'all have company. Injuries and subsequent absences are part and parcel of being an NBA player. Show More Summary
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra was not pleased to see center Hassan Whiteside dawdling around instead of setting a screen for Dwyane Wade vs. the Toronto Raptors on Saturday. Since the most effective screens tend to catch the opponent...Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade knows there's plenty of doubt about the Miami Heat and their playoff chances right now.
The Miami Heat's season (the regular season, anyways) is winding down to a close. And that, unfortunately, means that another chapter in Dwyane Wade's great career is coming to an end. Wade has been terrific this season. He's averaging...Show More Summary
The 2015 NBA offseason will be a critical one for the Miami Heat. It'll be very interesting to see how they continue to build their team. The Heat have one of the most bizarre salary-cap situations in the league, and it's hard to say...Show More Summary
Wade sustained a knee injury in the first half, and the Miami Heat’s playoff chances took another blow with a 114-88 road loss to Cleveland.
Ludacris names his top four entertainers: Ludacris, Dwyane Wade, Chris Brown, and Barack Obama
With eight albums and roles in box office blockbusters and Academy Award winners, Ludacris is a one-seed in the entertainment world. And (...)
Despite boasting a 34-41 record, the Miami Heat are actually set up very well for the future. The Heat have top-shelf talent in Dwyane Wade, Hassan Whiteside and Chris Bosh, an innovative coach in Erik Spoelstra and the luxury of playing...Show More Summary
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade suffered a knee injury that forced him to leave the team's Thursday showdown against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena. Continue for updates. Wade Bruises Knee vs. Cavs Thursday, April 2 TheShow More Summary
Miami star Dwyane Wade has limped to locker room with an apparent knee injury after going down in the second quarter against the Cavaliers.
Dwyane Wade was already battling the flu coming into Tuesday night's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now the veteran shooting guard has another problem. Wade headed to the locker room after twisting his leg in the second quarter against Cleveland on Thursday night. Here's a look at the play: We'll update this story as it develops.
The Miami Heat are in Cleveland to pay a visit to their old friend LeBron James. Stephen Curry has been throwing haymakers in the MVP race, and one was delivered on Tuesday night against the Clippers when Curry went for 27 points and made Chris Paul look like a fool. Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James have made it known that they are friends before basketball. But while the two have separated since winning two titles together on the Miami Heat, there may be some love lost now that LeBron is back in Cleveland. Show More Summary
NBA A to Z guy Jeff Zillgitt talks about the inspired play of Dwyane Wade, Kyrie Irving and James Harden with Kevin Spain of USA TODAY (...)
A frustrated Dwyane Wade called for changes to the Miami Heat’s stagnant offense Friday, and after getting some fluid drained from his bruised left knee, Wade became the offense Sunday. The post Dwyane Wade Lights Up the Pistons With 40 Points (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Dwyane Wade turned in a vintage performance on Sunday. The post Post Up: Throwback Sunday appeared first on SLAMonline.
Dwyane Wade was talking about how the Miami Heat managed to beat the Detroit Pistons by a final score of 109-102 Sunday when he offered reporters a two-word explanation for the result, via Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press: But he...Show More Summary
Last year, the San Antonio Spurs shocked the world when they dismantled the trio of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh during the 2014 NBA Finals.
At 33 years old and carrying the mileage of 12+ NBA seasons, Dwyane Wade is not the player he used to be. This isn't to say that Wade isn't as effective, dominant or potent a scorer. He's still an elite shooting guard capable of carrying the primary offensive load. Show More Summary