Found November 13, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
From Larry Brown Sports:
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 a recent team flight.
Heat teammate LeBron James was so struck by the pants that he shared a picture of them on Twitter and Instagram, saying Wade was "taking fashion to a whole new level with these pants."
What do you think? Is Wade setting a fashion trend or is this a look he should ditch?
Photo via LeBron James/Twitter
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 [...]
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.
One thing that I knew was going to happen during last night's Miami Heat/Los Angeles Clippers affair was that LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were going to connect on a memorable play.
In the first quarter of the game, watch as LeBron catches the jump balland finds D-Wade with an outlet pass that leads to a two-handed dunk:
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...
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With their two biggest stars ailing, the Miami Heat might not be at full strength in a matchup between two of the league's hottest teams.
That could make things difficult for the defending champs on Sunday night when they visit a Memphis Grizzlies team looking for a fifth straight victory.
The Heat (5-1), who have also won four...