There's a stunningly vulnerable moment during Dwyane Wade's "Journey to 3" film that puts into perspective how much NBA stars' bodies go through over the course of the season to achieve greatness.
Following a high-intensity workout at a local gym, Wade and LeBron James lay motionless on the floor dripping in sweat, trying to catch their breath. Game 1 of the NBA Finals is less than 24 hours away.
"The road to a championship, man," James pants. "Ain't easy."
Early on in the movie -- which was officially released Monday on Wade's web site -- Wade explains why the number three is so meaningful to him -- why a title in 2013 would stand out amongst the other two he had already won in 2006 and 2012.
When he was younger, Wade leaned on faith to get him through hardships, and the number three represented the father, son and holy spirit.
"It's just something that's followed me throughout life," Wade said.
Wade, one of the most beloved sports figures in South Florida history, wears a stylish ...