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In another edition of what Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade is wearing during the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals, below is his effort from game three in Indianapolis.
Wade decided to go with a tango-colored number that included a pair of shoes that were white, black, turquoise, and pink:
In terms of overall fashion sense, I actually like this look on D-Wade.
Dwyane Wade wears tango-colored suit [Larry Brown Sports]
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Dwyane Wade treated fans by wearing another delightful outfit to an NBA playoff game. On Sunday, the Miami Heat guard arrived to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals wearing an orange outfit. Check that — Wade clarified in an interview with TNT after the game that the color of the [...]
After review by the NBA, Dwyane Wade has been issued a Flagrant 1 foul for his elbow to Lance Stephenson’s head in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, he will be available to play in Game 3 Sunday night.
According to Ken Berger, CBS Sports:
Dwyane Wade was assessed a flagrant foul, penalty-one on Sunday, but was not suspended for his forearm to Lance Stephenson’s head in...
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It is all about coordinating.
At least this time he didn’t have anyone carrying the man purse.
Dwyane Wade has been given a retroactive Flagrant 1 for his elbow on Lance Stephenson in Game 2.
Wade will not be suspended for Game 3.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have a real genuine relationship, regardless of what you want to say about the two. They will stick up for each other, and carry the other guys burden when need be.
In this video courtesy of Pro Basketball Talk, James again steps in for Wade when he refuses to allow Wade to answer any questions about his knee.
Wade’s knee of course has been a problem...
Word came down from the league office today that there would be no suspension for Dwyane Wade's elbow to the head of Lance Stephenson in game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Reggie Miller at the time tried to say that it was inadvertent and that it wasn't malicious. Maybe if it was any other player in the league, I'd go along with him. But this is Dwyane Wade...
The NBA is reviewing Dwyane Wade’s elbow on Lance Stephenson from Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, according to a report by Jeff Zillgitt of USA TODAY Sports. In the fourth quarter with 4:05 remaining Friday night on a Pacers possession off a Dwyane Wade turnover, the Heat guard caught Lance Stephenson with an elbow to the head as the two crossed paths just beyond half...
For those of you who have any ill will towards the Miami Heat or LeBron James/Dwyane Wade, you might want to read this story.
Early on Tuesday, 10-year-old Bella Rodriguez-Torres passed away due to cancer and she gained national attention for a book that her father wrote about her and a popular website called “Live Like Bella”.
Before the start of game four against the Pacers...
John Wall was long considered to be in the same category of top NBA players like Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, and Dwyane Wade who don’t have visible tattoos. Despite being tattoo-less early in his career, Durant shocked the world when his array of chest tattoos were revealed two years ago. He has gone all-out since [...]
Listen to what the Indiana fans have to say as Dwyane Wade stepped to the free throw line in the 3rd quarter of yesterday's Easter Conference Finals Game 4 (which the Pacers won 99-92): And also from last night's contest (gif via Deadspin): David West is clearly guilty of embellishing here as as well, but LeBron does one of the things he does best; act like he'...
Two games in and the doubters were out in force.
The Heat were tied with the Pacers 1-1 after two games in Miami (and should be down 0-2, they said). The supporting cast was awful. Dwyane Wade was banged up and inconsistent. And Indiana was standing up to -- and running over -- the defending NBA champs.
The Eastern Conference finals were more than a speed bump; they looked like...
Without having to watch the beginning of the game for the formal introductions, even the casual NBA fan recognized a familiar face on the floor Tuesday night during Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals. Not those of the world-famous LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, or even Roy Hibbert. The face I’m referring to belonged to infamous NBA referee Joey Crawford.
The fact that Crawford...
Heat fans are so spoiled and feel so entitled it's ridiculous. After having huge free throw diparities in their favor all year, when the game is called somewhat evenly, they pitch a fit. The free throws ended up 27 for Miami and 33 for Indiana. When you consider that 3 of the Pacers free throws were from intentional fouls at the end, it was actually 27-29. A 2 free throw...