During this week, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade was doing the rounds on the book publicity tour for his brand new memoir called, "A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger than Basketball".
As most known, Wade grew up on the tough streets of Chicago and had lived a rather trying life. In one of the passages in the book found by Ball Don't Lie, we learn that little D-Wade looked up to television actor in particular:
In [Wade's] darkest days of a difficult youth, he turned to watching "Knight Rider" alongside his grandmother, writing, "I actually told David Hasselhoff how he helped me get through the tough times in childhood."
Since this post is related to David Hasselhoff, that allows me to post this: