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Dwyane Wade said when he was 7 years old, if he ever became famous, the first thing he’d do is use his celebrity to give back to his old neighborhood in Chicago.
In 2003, the same year he was drafted, he started the Wade’s World Foundation to serve at risk communities in Milwaukee, South Florida and Chicago. Wade’s World promotes literacy, health and fatherhood through youth summer camps, academic scholarships, community service programs.
His work through his foundation was honored Sunday night at the BET Awards as he was awarded the 2013 Humanitarian Award.
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3 time NBA champ Dwyane Wade received the 2013 Humanitarian Award at Sunday night’s BET Awards ceremony. DWade started his foundation, Wade’s World, his rookie year with the Heat in 2003.
Sidenote, DWade and Gabrielle looked AMAZING and the ladies went crazy went he shouted out his “Queen.”
The NBA has just posted a video on Youtube featuring the best videobombs of the 2012-2013 NBA season. Interestingly enough, however, the video is mostly comprised of the NBA champion Miami Heat and their "Big 3" superstars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and the videobomb master, Chris Bosh. The Los Angeles Clippers and their "Lob City" stars, including Chris Paul...
A Redditor found LBJ back in his home city, Akron, Ohio, working out on a stationary bike at a local gym.
Remember his post-Championship speech: “I’m LeBron James from Akron, Ohio, from the inner city. I’m not even supposed to be here. What everyone say about me off the court don’t matter. I ain’t go no worries.”
James certainly seems to love Akron.
MIAMI (AP) -- Heat forward Udonis Haslem played through much of the second half of Miami's season with a torn right meniscus, and told The Associated Press that surgery will be required to repair the previously undisclosed injury.
Haslem made the revelation Saturday after a promotional appearance where hundreds of Heat fans began lining up to see the Miami native five hours...
Season 3 of HBO’s popular show “The Game of Thrones (GOT)” came to a close a few weeks ago and it made me think of the NBA’s ongoing struggle sort out player supremacy.
Former Kentucky Wildcat Josh Harrellson has had a turbulent career as a professional basketball player. The 6’10” Missouri native was drafted 45th overall in the 2011 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets, but was traded to the New York Knicks for cash considerations. Harrellson played in 37 games for the Knicks, started 4 games, and missed 16 games due to a wrist injury. After...
There's plenty of NBA fans who don't care much for the Miami Heat.
Dirk Nowitzki is one of them.
The Dallas Mavericks star power forward expressed his feelings about the two-time defending champions on Friday.
"In life, I don't really hate much," Nowitzki told "Fitzsimmons and Durrett" on ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM. "I'm an easygoing guy, but...
Remember when the Miami Heat was struggling against the Indiana Pacers against in the Eastern Conference Finals? Do you also remember the 16 points off of 8-of-9 shooting in Game 5 in ECF’s by Udonis Haslem that would garner a win for Miami? Well, that was a pivotal offensive game from Haslem as it put Miami 3-2 to lead the [...]The post Udonis Haslem played through torn meniscus...
The Miami Heat captured what was destined to be theirs this NBA season, but what was the most memorable thing for YOU – the fan? Well, for me there was a multitude of memorable moments from Russell Westbrook’s block on Rocky the Mascot, Andre Miller’s Game 1 game-winner, DeAndre Jordan ruining Brandon Knight’s life, the heart of [...]The post Walk Down Memory Lane During...
As we enter the summer months of the NBA off-season, the fine folks over at the association’s YouTube page decided to put together a compilation of the best video bombs from the past preseason/regular season.
To note, expect to see a lot Miami’s Chris Bosh since he’s clearly gotten the “video bomb” down to an art form:
We have had a weekend now to digest and disect the Magic's draft of Victor Oladipo and Romero Osby.
Orlando is not in a position to fill needs and needed simply to continue collecting talent and assets the team can use for the future. Oladipo -- whether he turns into the next Dwyane Wade or the next Tony Allen -- is certainly someone the Magic envision being a solid wing...