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The Miami Heat are widely considered to be favorites to win back-to-back NBA titles this season. There are very few people — the players included — who believe the Milwaukee Bucks have a chance to pull off a first-round upset. Dwyane Wade, for one, does not seem too concerned.
The NY Post’s Page Six reported over the weekend that Wade prepared for Game 1 against the Bucks by meeting with his fashion designer buddies on Thursday. Stylists Dean and Dan Caten, who are the founders of the clothing line Dsquared2, were spotted at a restaurant called Bianca chatting it up with D-Wade. One fellow diner said he or she heard Wade and the Caten brothers discussing several custom pieces they could create for the Heat star.
Two nights later, Wade went out and scored 15 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished out five assists in a 110-87 win over Milwaukee. If he has to meet with his fashion designers to discuss future business plans during the NBA Playoffs, it’s probably a good thing that he’s...
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Miami Heat veteran Dwyane Wade ignited his group with a bigtime second half performance against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Just when the Bucks appeared to have an outside shot at stealing Game 2, Wade went ballistic in the third period.
The first video features a solid one-handed jam from the Chicago-bred guard.
He finished with 21 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Game 3 of...
Using YouTube to send a prom invitation to a celebrity isn't anything new, but here is one sent by a Nicole Muxo, a senior at Archbishop Carroll High School (Miami, Fla.) to Heat star Dwayne Wade, anyway.As you can see, her proposal is actually pretty good.But is it good enough to convince Wade to commit?Time will tell.Via USA TODAY
MIAMI Memo to opposing players: Feel free to keep shaking in your high-tops when thinking about the Miami Heat.
The Heat have won their first two playoff games by an average of 17.5 points and guard Dwyane Wade still isnt fully healthy. He made that pronouncement despite scoring 21 points and shooting 8 of 14 in Tuesday nights 98-86 win over the Milwaukee Bucks at AmericanAirlines...
Before Game 1 of their playoff series with the Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard Brandon Jennings gave the Heat some unnecessary bulletin-board material by predicting that his No.8 seed Bucks would win the series in six games. Dwyane Wade had a pretty priceless response to Jennings.
While the Heat are running through the Bucks, Dwyane Wade would like to remind everyone that this old man still has plenty of juice and hops in the tank. Duly noted, Dwyane.
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We all know that Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade can soar for some pretty incredible dunks but this slam in game two of Tuesday night’s Heat/Bucks affair in pretty darn impressive. The dunk happened in the third quarter of play as Mario Chalmers missed a jump shot but Wade was able to collect the miss for the slam: Looking for another awesome Wade slam during the same game? We have...
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Dwyane Wade scored 21 points, LeBron James finished with 19 and
the Miami Heat took off in the fourth quarter to pull away and beat
the Milwaukee Bucks 98-86 in Game 2 of the teams' Eastern
Conference first-round series on Tuesday night.
To put into context the challenge any team faces in a seven-game series, just take a gander at Miami's regular season results. The Heat lost just four times in their last 41 games dating back to Jan. 27 - with one of those losses coming without LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Any team that plans on knocking out the defending NBA champions must find a way to beat them four times...