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MIAMI The Dolphins opened their doors for Hard Knocks. The Marlins did so for The Franchise.
Dont expect Miami Heat president Pat Riley to let any cameramen in from the NBA, which does have a behind-the-scenes show called The Association. But if he ever did, guard Dwyane Wade offered what would be found.
Were not a team that lets the cameras in often where they can follow and see this team, said Wade, a 10-year Heat veteran. But if we did, we would have a No. 1 hit show, no doubt about it. This is a great group of guys, a very fun team.
That has become much more evident to the public recently. Two weeks ago, the Heat unveiled their hilarious Harlem Shake video. It now has more than 40 million views on YouTube.
The video was filmed when Miami had won 12 straight games. The streak is now up to 20, tied for the third longest in NBA history, and the Heat are having even more fun. Theyre laughing and joking plenty in the locker room.
Winning makes it more fun, theres no question ab...
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Pretty much the standard move for any scorn lover, to either go on a reality show or Dr. Phil style show. The short version of D Wade and Siohvaugh’s story goes like this.
High School sweethearts get married, life in the NBA has an affect on both of them positively and negatively, NBA player decides to upgrade, wife has a breakdown, NBA player uses that breakdown to gain custody...
MILWAUKEE -- Dwyane Wade's eyes perked up and he sat up straight in his chair when a reporter told him former coach Bill Sharman said the Miami Heat have it in them to break his 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers' NBA-record 33-game winning streak.
"That's so far away," Wade said with a laugh at Friday's shootaround. "I won't think about 33 unless we were...
The divorce and child custody proceedings between Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife Siohvaughn got pretty messy. Accusations of abuse, violence, court outburst etc. Siohvaughn maintained that the court system was biased and blinded by “Mr. Wade’s” celebrity.
Well a lot of it had to do with Mr. Wade’s celebrity and a lot of it had to do with his money. But I’ve seen the court...
D-W-Y-A-N-E WADE. We figured this ESPN fail, with as much as the WWL covers the Heat, was impossible. But there it is. Blame his mother for the stupid spelling fail, not an ESPN intern. As for the Heat, of course they beat Atlanta, 98-81.
If the 19-game winning streak is going to end, keep an eye on Monday, March 18 at Boston. If Boston can’t end the streak, go to March 31 at...
Dwyane Wade‘s divorce battle with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches-Wade was nasty. The ex-Mrs. Wade also aimed some of her hostility at DWade’s current girlfriend, Hollywood actress Gabrielle Union. So when Siohvaughn recently appeared on “Dr. Phil,” it appears that Gabby may have had some commentary about it.
Was Gabby subtweeting the ex-Mrs. Wade?
Dwyane Wade’s brand...
Tweet The Miami Heat knocked off the Atlanta Hawks 98-81 Tuesday to notch their 19th consecutive victory behind 23 points (9-18 FG), 4 rebounds, and 6 assists from Dwyane Wade. As the Heat continue to roll through opposition the confidence in the team among fans is nearing an all-time high, if it’s not there [...]
Dwyane Wade scored 23 points and the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to 19 games, leading wire-to-wire in beating the Atlanta Hawks 98-81 on Tuesday night.
LeBron James scored 15 and Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers added 14 apiece for the Heat, who matched the fifth-longest streak in NBA history. They will try for their 20th straight win on Wednesday at Philadelphia, the...
MILWAUKEE -- If the Milwaukee Bucks are going to snap Miami's 20-game winning streak Friday night, they are going to have to do it without one of their best defensive players.
Small forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute will miss his third straight game with turf toe, hampering Milwaukee's ability to guard LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Slowing James and Wade is hard for anybody...
Winners of 20 games in a row, the Miami Heat could be headed toward history.
The NBA record is 33 consecutive victories in a single season, set by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1971-72. The Heat became the fourth team to win at least 20 in a row in a season when they beat the Philadelphia 76ers 98-94 on Wednesday night, and they would tie the record if they make it to their next matchup...