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One of the spoils of winning an NBA title is the championship ring you receive for making to the top of the NBA mountain.
The below video shows Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade getting fitted for his ring from this year's Heat championship season:
At the end of the clip, Wade decides on the right index finger at 13 1/2.
(Courtesy of USA Today
BEST OF MAXIM
Dwayne Wade is a special player with special needs that require a special championship ring. Watch him pick out which finger to place his newly minted rock on.
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In case you forgot, LeBron James used to play high school football before dedicating himself to the craft of basketball.The University of Oregon recently sent LeBron the brand new Nike "Liquid Lightning helmet" and Nike "Vapor Jet "gloves as a gift.Check out the below photo of LeBron decked on in them that he posted on his Twitter/Instagram account:(Courtesy of Examiner)
THE BRIGHT SIDE
Celtics fans were disappointed when the team lost Ray Allen, but Austin Rivers has a positive outlook.
Since we are still nearly a month away from the NBA preseason, stories like this one fill the shelf space here at That NBA Lottery Pick.Over the weekend, LeBron James went on a Washington D.C. road trip and decided to show off what he was eating for lunch on his Twitter:That Mac & Cheese looks good....
Miami Heat superstar Dwayne Wade was one of several members of the Miami Heat's World Championship team to get fitted for their rings Tuesday at American Airlines Arena. The 8-time All-Star and the rest of the members of that title team are slated to receive their new jewelry on October 30th during Miami's home opener against the Boston Celtics.It will mark the second championship...
Talk about scary.
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade believes that teammate LeBron James’ dominance of a game is “starting to all come together”. He said starting, yes.
Here is the quote from Nick Friedell of ESPNChicago.com:
“The sky’s the limit,” Wade told ESPNChicago.com on Wednesday after a promotional appearance for his new book, “A Father First.”...
"As funny as it sounds, I actually think both teams benefited (from Ray Allen signing with the Heat," Austin Rivers said. "I think the Heat got a lot better obviously, because now the floor is spaced with Ray Allen.
"And I think the Celtics got better, because first off it was disappointing to (see him) leave because he was a part of that whole buildup...
The Celtics haven't had a ton of good moments against the Miami Heat as of late. Here's one I think I'll always remember from the 2009-10 season.
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