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Dwyane Wade is getting into the app business. The Miami Heat guard released a fitness app called ''Dwyane Wade Driven'' on Monday, the same day that the team was celebrating its third NBA championship with a parade and rally. The app offers customized training programs and videos for basketball players and other athletes. ''It shows people ways to work out, a lot of different ways to work out, whether it's basketball drills or not,'' Wade told The Associated Press. ''A lot of people work out at home. A lot of people don't have access to a gym. A lot of people don't have trainers. So it's kind of like I'm the personal trainer for basketball and fitness and I'll show them a lot of things I do with my body and for my body.'' The app was available for download starting Monday. It includes basketball drills and a fitness routine, along with ways for users to track their progress. Driven Apps, the publisher, plans to release additional bundles for users to download once they have mastered or completed the initial Wade program. ''It's something that we've worked on for a while,'' Wade said. ''I actually filmed it earlier this season. It's something we've talked about for a while, something I've thought about doing in many different ways. Apps are so big now, so important, everyone has them on their phones, this became the best way to do it. It's very nice, very well done.'' It's the latest business move for Wade, who is estimated to be making nearly as much off the court this year as the approximate $17 million salary he earned on the floor with the Heat. He leaves on July 1 for China, where Li Ning - the shoe company he has partnered with - is headquartered, and has several other business meetings there. ''When I was the leading scorer in the league, the top man on the Miami Heat, I had a lot of endorsements and things going,'' Wade said. ''I have more now than I even did then. My brand is as busy as it can be and I'm just trying to make it better. All I'm doing right now is I'm planning for the future. I don't know how much longer I want to play or can play the game, so I'm thinking about the future.'' Wade said he expects to work out throughout the summer, though will need some time to rest aching knees. He isn't sure when he will resume playing basketball, though he plans to be ready for the start of Heat training camp. ''Taking a little rest,'' Wade said. ''Then I'm going to really start focusing on my body again.'' Wade just completed his 10th NBA season.
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The Miami Heat accomplished their goal of winning another NBA Championship. At first, it looked like it would be too easy, but it proved challenging during the latter part of the playoffs. This was in large part due to the reduced role and inconsistent play of Heat guard Dwyane Wade, who battled through knee injuries this season. Now that the campaign is over, Wade told reporters...
Dwyane Wade's knee problems were more troublesome during the playoffs than he ever acknowledged.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Wade revealed Saturday that his right knee pained him so much that he contemplated asking to play limited minutes in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, and that his left knee was drained and required about eight hours of game-day therapy...
MIAMI (AP) --Dwyane Wade is getting into the app business.
The Miami Heat guard released a fitness app called "Dwyane Wade Driven" on Monday, the same day that the team was celebrating its third NBA championship with a parade and rally. The app offers customized training programs and videos for basketball players and other athletes.
"It shows people ways to work out...
Even though the Miami Heat were able to secure their second straight NBA title this season, anyone with eyes could see the guard Dwyane Wade at times looked like a shell of his former self. Only averaging 15.9 ppg throughout the playoffs, ‘what’s wrong with D-Wade?’ became a common topic among analysts and sports fans [...]
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MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade's knee problems were more troublesome during the playoffs than he ever acknowledged.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Wade revealed Saturday that his right knee pained him so much that he contemplated asking to play limited minutes in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, and that his left knee was drained and required about eight hours...
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The Miami Heat guard released a fitness app called ”Dwyane Wade Driven” today, the same day that the team is celebrating its third NBA championship with a parade and rally. The app offers customized training programs and videos for basketball players and other athletes. Video tutorials will showcase the techniques behind Dwyane Wade’s signature moves...
Even though Dwyane Wade got a lot of criticism for his poor play during the 2013 NBA Playoffs, the 31-year-old showed up when it counted. Wade isn’t the only hoopers in the family, though.
Wade’s 5th grade son, Zaire, could be taking over the Wade reign. Ranked as one of the best fifth graders in the country, the lefty has a nice court sense and seems to finish with either hand...
It was evident that Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade was dealing with knee pain throughout the playoffs. However, it apparently got worse than most realized, as Wade told reporters that he had to have his left knee drained just so he could play in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, according to The Associated Press.Wade told reporters that he contemplated asking to play limited minutes in Game...
Dwyane Wade isn’t the only one with game in his family. Looks like his oldest son Zaire is up next. Zaire is one of the best 5th graders in the country and was one of the top players at the John Lucas Future of the Game Camp in Las Vegas this summer. Check out his highlights:
Zaire is a member of the class of 2020.
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MIAMI Pat Riley once guaranteed his Los Angeles Lakers would win a second straight title. After they did so in 1988, Lakers star Magic Johnson put a towel over his coachs face to make sure he wasnt going to guarantee a third.
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Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade had worse knee problems than he ever made known during the playoffs. Wade revealed Saturday in an interview with the Associated Press that his right knee pained him so much that he was considering asking to play limited minutes in Game 7
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