Dwyane Wade has been a damn good player for nine years in the NBA. He’s got a Finals MVP… he’s been a scoring champ… an All Star almost every year… it’s a very impressive resume. And up until a few years ago, I kind of liked him. He played hard, he made fun commercials… he put forth a very palatable personna.
Then he turned into Ndamukong Suh… a talented player who plays dirty for no reason whatsoever.
Wade has developed a pattern of dirty play that has gone unchecked by the NBA. From trying to break Rajon Rondo’s arm, to nearly killing Darren Collison, Wade has figured out sneaky way to make obviously dirty play that can be summed up best by this tweet:]
Dwyane Wade is an all-time great, but he has a well-established behavioral pattern now: Dirty play, with shred of plausible deniability.
— Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) December 27, 2012
Yes, Wade leaves himself a little bit of wiggle room with every dirty play. He was at it again last night.
“Hey. I was off-balance… my leg jus