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Did you know that there are 5th grade basketball prospects? Because there are.
Not surprisingly, Dwyane Wade‘s son, Zaire, is right there at the top of the pack. The Miami Heat star celebrated his third NBA championship with his teammates Monday, and his 10-year-old son seems poised to follow in his father’s footsteps.
The younger Wade has a basketball highlight mixtape going viral on the Web, and it shows that he may already have what it takes to be a champion. Check out Wade’s skills for yourself in the video below.
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Dwyane Wade is getting into the app business. The Miami Heat guard released a fitness app called ''Dwyane Wade Driven'' on Monday, the same day that the team was celebrating its third NBA championship with a parade and rally. The app offers customized training programs and videos for basketball players and other athletes. ''It shows people ways to work out...
The Miami Heat accomplished their goal of winning another NBA Championship. At first, it looked like it would be too easy, but it proved challenging during the latter part of the playoffs. This was in large part due to the reduced role and inconsistent play of Heat guard Dwyane Wade, who battled through knee injuries this season. Now that the campaign is over, Wade told reporters...
I love it. The kid knocks down a three and has to showboat. Would expect nothing less from Dwyane Wade’s kid. He looks like he has a chance to be a good player doesn’t he…
What the hell happened to Dwyane Wade. The guy was unreal in college. Quiet, unassuming, hard-working, the type of guy we all like…Had a stable relationship and a kid at a young age, but was doing his...
One of the latest videos making its way around the web showcases Dwyane Wade’s son playing hoops. The video was first posted by City League Hoops and displays Wade’s son Zaire’s talents on the court. The gifted fifth grader takes a page out of his dad’s book with his shooting and passing.
As you can see in the video below, Zaire schooled his competition during the John Lucas...
Dwyane Wade’s 11-year-old son, Zaire, is being recognized as one of the top fifth graders in the country. He’s certainly taking after his father as evidenced by this highlight reel from last month’s John Lucas Future of the Game Camp in Las Vegas.
Note: He wearing LeBrons and has the three-to-the-dome 3-point celebration, done mostly by the Knicks, down pat.
MIAMI (AP) --Dwyane Wade is getting into the app business.
The Miami Heat guard released a fitness app called "Dwyane Wade Driven" on Monday, the same day that the team was celebrating its third NBA championship with a parade and rally. The app offers customized training programs and videos for basketball players and other athletes.
"It shows people ways to work out...
Even though the Miami Heat were able to secure their second straight NBA title this season, anyone with eyes could see the guard Dwyane Wade at times looked like a shell of his former self. Only averaging 15.9 ppg throughout the playoffs, ‘what’s wrong with D-Wade?’ became a common topic among analysts and sports fans [...]
Dwyane Wade has released a new fitness app titled “Dwyane Wade Driven.” The App, currently available for $3.99, offers training programs and videos for athletes as well as a way to track your progress.
According to ESPN:
The Miami Heat guard released a fitness app called “Dwyane Wade Driven” on Monday, the same day that the team was celebrating its third NBA championship...
Even though Dwyane Wade got a lot of criticism for his poor play during the 2013 NBA Playoffs, the 31-year-old showed up when it counted. Wade isn’t the only hoopers in the family, though.
Wade’s 5th grade son, Zaire, could be taking over the Wade reign. Ranked as one of the best fifth graders in the country, the lefty has a nice court sense and seems to finish with either hand...
Dwyane Wade isn’t the only one with game in his family. Looks like his oldest son Zaire is up next. Zaire is one of the best 5th graders in the country and was one of the top players at the John Lucas Future of the Game Camp in Las Vegas this summer. Check out his highlights:
Zaire is a member of the class of 2020.
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MIAMI Pat Riley once guaranteed his Los Angeles Lakers would win a second straight title. After they did so in 1988, Lakers star Magic Johnson put a towel over his coachs face to make sure he wasnt going to guarantee a third.
As it turned out, the Lakers fell short of getting there. But 25 years later, a Riley team will have another chance.
The Miami Heat, put together by team...
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade had worse knee problems than he ever made known during the playoffs. Wade revealed Saturday in an interview with the Associated Press that his right knee pained him so much that he was considering asking to play limited minutes in Game 7
Victor Oladipo (Indiana) doesn’t stack up as a prospect heading into the NBA Draft as Dwyane Wade (Marquette) did. The comparisons stop at their athleticism and the fact they both played under head coach Tom Crean. They both have great explosion, but the way they play the game isn’t similar. The likes of Dick [...]
Tweet Basking in the glory of an NBA championship for a consecutive season the Miami Heat celebrated with their fans Monday, holding a parade through Miami. An estimated 400,000 were in attendance to see LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Ray Allen, and company make their way through the streets with the Larry O’Brien Trophy. But that [...]