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Larry Brown Sports:
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Dwyane Wade has shown his fashion side throughout the playoffs. He wore some hot pink pants, accessorized his finger wraps to match his ties, and he’s even gone with the lens-free glasses. He’s so interested in clothing, he’s even watching what the media is wearing.
After answering a question during his postgame news conference following Game 2 on Thursday, Wade nonchalantly told a reporter that he liked his neck tie. The Heat guard then asked if he could have it, and shrugged off his odd non-sequitur saying “Hey, doesn’t hurt to ask.”
This coming from a guy making $15.5 million a season.
A few more questions like that, Dwyane, and I won’t even believe that you employee a stylist.
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