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Say what you want about Dwyane Wade, but he’ll go down in history as one of the better shooting guards to ever play in the NBA.
Wade now struggles with chronic knee issues, and can point directly to when everything changed in his knees. Wade during an interview admitted that a 2002 surgery he had while still at Marquette led to all his recent knee problems.
With hindsight, Dwyane Wade says surgery to remove the meniscus from his left knee 11 years ago while he was at Marquette led to the ongoing knee problems he’s had with the Miami Heat.
“My knee problems and the things I’ve dealt with started from that,” Wade said. “That was  years ago and technology was different and the way you approach things was different.
“At that moment, if everyone looked ahead and said, ‘Dwyane’s going to have a 20-year career, maybe we should do something different,’ maybe I wouldn’t have [knee issues]. At that time it was to get me back on the basketball court and do what is best.”
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After his sophomore year at Marquette, Dwyane Wade decided to have the meniscus in his left knee removed. It was a decision made for expediency's sake, the Heat guard suggests now, and one he regrets.
Wade, who has battled knee problems throughout his 10-year NBA career and had to receive regular knee treatments through the second half of last season and the playoffs, believes...
Dwyane Wade regrets having surgery back in 2002 while at Marquette to remove the meniscus from his left knee. Wade believes it has led to ongoing knee problems.
Wade wishes he would have taken a more long-term approach to the situation.
"My knee problems and the things I've dealt with started from that," Wade said . "That was  years ago and technology was different...
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade underwent surgery 11 years ago to remove the meniscus from his left knee. The procedure underwent when he was in college with Marquette, and looking back he told Brian Windhorst of ESPN.comthat the operation was a mistake."My knee problems and the things I've dealt with started from that," Wade said. "That was  years ago and technology...
After his sophomore year at Marquette, Dwyane Wade decided to have the meniscus in his left knee removed. It was a decision made for expedient’s sake, the Heat guard suggests now, and it is one he regrets.
Wade, who has battled knee issues throughout his 10-year NBA career and had to receive regular knee treatments through the second half of last season and the playoffs, believes...
11 years ago, while playing college basketball at Marquette, Dwyane Wade opted to have meniscus-removal surgery on his left knee.
It's a decision that Wade regrets today, due to the many knee problems he's had to deal with since, he told Brian Windhorst of ESPN.
Wade said that if more of a long-term approach was used when he had his meniscus surgery in 2002, following...
Over the last ten years, many things have changed in our fair world and medical technology has increasingly gotten more advanced to fixing injuries within the human body.
Before he became a member of the Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade had surgery to remove a meniscus in his left knee and now, it seems that he feels that he should have waited to do that according to some quotes he gave...
Dwyane Wade will turn 32 in January and doesn't want the pressure of whether his health will play a factor in the free agency decision of LeBron James.
"LeBron James' decision is LeBron James' decision," Wade said. "Whether I'm healthy or whether I'm not healthy, he's going to make a decision that's best for him and his family. Don't...
It seems like Dwyane Wade, being the team leader that he is, has taken some of the responsibility for helping turn Michael Beasley's career around.
After the first practice of training camp on Tuesday, Beasley said that "D-Wade stayed in my ear the whole time" (via Bleacher Report's Ethan Skolnick).
And Wade hasn't stopped as training camp has progressed...
PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) -- If Miami guard Dwyane Wade does anything other than basketball-related work during this Heat training camp trip to the Bahamas, it'll likely be a little bit of card-playing.
After all, that doesn't take any physical exertion.
Insisting that this is no vacation -- even though a steel band met them at the airport and shimmering blue ocean...
Breaking down the Durant / Wade 'Rivalry'
An innocuous tweet set the basketball Twittersphere on fire as two of the league's best perimeter players went at it over something us fans are usually left to argue over.
It all started when Kevin Durant noted that Sports Illustrated had left James Harden off of its list of the top-10 players. Durant went a step further and said the magazine should take Dwyane Wade out to...
Get ready for one of the least shocking sentences you will ever read. Yes, the Miami Heat enjoyed very much having training camp in the Bahamas at the famous Atlantis Paradise Island Resort.
But it wasn't just the tropical weather that made the camp special; the Heat felt they accomplished a lot.
Chris Bosh on camp (via Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel):