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Dwyane Wade has taken many bold fashion steps over the past few years ever since hiring a consultant to dress him. He’s worn the pointless nerd glasses, color-coordinated his finger wraps with his ties, and he even painted his toe nails. Maybe his most notable look was the hot pink pants he wore during the playoffs. Coming in a close second are the super-skinny pants he wore on...
PUTS THE 'ACK' IN 'SLACKS'
Dwyane Wade will probably be the subject of quite a few of my “Fashion Glances.” One, because he clearly loves fashion and two because people usually have a strong reaction to his choices. Case in point, LeBron James posted this photo of DWade to Instagram last night following Heat vs. Rockets- the Rockets had this [...]
There are so many great things about this play. First Eric hustles back when most players would just let a two on none happen. Not Eric, he comes running in and gets up higher than Dwyane Wade for the block. Great play for a young player that a lot of writers are high on. I am a little surprised Dwyane Wade didn't call Bledsoe dirty or cheap after that block like he usually...
Here is the amazing block by Eric Bledsoe on Dwyane Wade during the second quarter of the Heat vs. Clippers game on Wednesday night.Bledsoe showed off his hops much to the chagrin of Wade. Wade looked stunned at the block as he thought he had a clear path to the rim and probably never imagined another guard blocking his dunk attempt.
Back on Tuesday, LeBron James decided to post this photo of teammate Dwyane Wade rocking some skinny jeans on a recent flight.Clearly, Wade needed assistance to just get into those pants:(Courtesy of USA Today)
A couple of years ago, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade's dunk attempts weren't going to be swatted by many people.However, D-Wade is getting up their in NBA age (He's 30) and last night, he got victimized by Clippers guard Eric Bledsoe swatting a dunk attempt in the second quarter of play:
The Clippers bench is solid. They reinforce their value every game. During Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Heat, reserve point guard Eric Bledsoe chased down Dwyane Wade and got up for a pretty amazing block. Should I mention DWade was a game time decision with some sort of foot aliment? Ok, I did. For [...]
The Miami Heat's coach, Eric Spolstra, has adopted what he calls a position-less philosophy. Basically, that means there are five multi-positional players playing the game on instinct. It is not as random as it sounds though. The very conventional plays and basketball philosophies still remain. The game is still played from the inside out and there are still set positions for...
While their offense has been up to the task, the Miami Heat's defense hasn't been close to championship form.
The Denver Nuggets have similar concerns defensively with the NBA's highest-scoring team coming to town Thursday night.
After finishing fourth in the league in scoring defense at 92.5 points per game during their 2011-12 championship season, Miami (6-3) ranks...