Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has four games remaining in his NBA career, and he’s already started preparing for life after basketball.
The final days of Dwyane Wade’s NBA playing career are coming to a close, giving fans limited chances to watch him play.
Dwyane Wade played so well on Saturday night that his performance left Washington Wizards coach Scott Brooks extremely complimentary.
Dwyane Wade returned to the Miami Heat’s 113-98 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night, which is a positive sign after he took a nasty fall earlier in the contest.
Dwyane Wade’s impressive shot at the buzzer to beat the Warriors was the talk around the NBA on Wednesday night, and even Wade’s buddy Chris Paul chimed in with a funny tweet.
Dwyane Wade didn’t take all the credit for his game-winner against the Golden State Warriors.
It was Wade to the rescue on Wednesday at the end of the game.
Dwyane Wade’s retirement tour is making for some sentimental moments as he visits arenas that were memorable to him for the last time.
Dwyane Wade received his share of love from the Denver Nuggets and their fans during his last trip to the Mile High City as an NBA player.