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One of these years, Dwyane Wade will make it through a playoff series against the Indiana Pacers without delivering a cheap shot. At least he displayed a little more tact this time around, delivering the transition ‘bow to Lance Stephenson’s dome while nobody was looking. Well, without the refs looking, that is. As for the cameras? Someone should remind Dwyane that they capture everything.
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Days after Dwyane Wade interview with Jet Magazine was released, where he talked about how he may have not been the the best husband to his ex-wife, it appears that Wade may have cheated behind his beautiful actress girlfriend Gabrielle Union, according to what a woman posted on her Instagram account.The woman, Rachel Vegas, has been posting photos on her Instagram account bragging...
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade is one of Gatorade's professional athlete endorsers. Apparently one of the perks of being a Gatorade sponsor, besides being paid to be in their commercials, is having a fully stocked Gatorade refrigerator in your house.
Photo via @dwaynewade / Instagram.
The caption with the photo: "Just came home to a packed #gatorade machine...
After review by the NBA, Dwyane Wade has been issued a Flagrant 1 foul for his elbow to Lance Stephenson’s head in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, he will be available to play in Game 3 Sunday night.
According to Ken Berger, CBS Sports:
Dwyane Wade was assessed a flagrant foul, penalty-one on Sunday, but was not suspended for his forearm to Lance Stephenson’s head in...
Prior to Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Pacers Wednesday, Dwyane Wade told the media that his knee injury this year, a right bone bruise, has been more bothersome than his knee injury during last year’s postseason, a cartilage issue in his left knee which later required arthroscopic surgery.
Dwyane Wade said before Wednesday’s game that his injured right...
Dwyane Wade acknowledged before Wednesday's Game 1 against the Indiana Pacers that his left knee injury is more painful than it was last season.
This season's injury is a bone bruise while last year's involved the cartilage, which required surgery in the offseason.
"It’s unfortunate I’ve had to deal with this thing for two months now," Wade said. "When...
It is all about coordinating.
At least this time he didn’t have anyone carrying the man purse.
Dwyane Wade has been given a retroactive Flagrant 1 for his elbow on Lance Stephenson in Game 2.
Wade will not be suspended for Game 3.
Last month Dwyane Wade attended the second prom of his life when he showed up unexpectedly to Archbishop Coleman Carroll High School senior Nicole Muxo’s prom after she created a YouTube video asking Wade to be [...]
In a new issue of Jet magazine, Dwyane Wade talks about being a great dad but a bad husband. The animosity between Dwyane and his ex-wife Siohvaughn Wade has been well documented. He shared how he ended up with full custody and what he’s looking forward to in the future.
“I didn’t set out to get full custody but I wasn’t able to see my kids the way I wanted and I’m not...
The NBA announced that it will review a number of plays from game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat. The one that has caught the attention of...everyone...is D-Wade's flying elbow to the head of Lance Stephenson.
So Wade runs down the lane on a transition play, possibly looking at ball carrier Paul George on the right wing. Lance...
Word came down from the league office today that there would be no suspension for Dwyane Wade's elbow to the head of Lance Stephenson in game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Reggie Miller at the time tried to say that it was inadvertent and that it wasn't malicious. Maybe if it was any other player in the league, I'd go along with him. But this is Dwyane Wade...
LeBron James and Paul George get high marks for saving the day for both of their teams.
The Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers kicked off the Eastern Conference finals with an explosive mix of last second heroics from both clubs.
The difference between George and James is the timing of their respective big moments.
LeBron James capped off his night with a dramatic overtime buzzer...
Two games in and the doubters were out in force.
The Heat were tied with the Pacers 1-1 after two games in Miami (and should be down 0-2, they said). The supporting cast was awful. Dwyane Wade was banged up and inconsistent. And Indiana was standing up to -- and running over -- the defending NBA champs.
The Eastern Conference finals were more than a speed bump; they looked like...
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