Found June 26, 2013 on Unathletic:
PLAYERS: Dwyane Wade
TEAMS: Miami Heat
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 thing. What happened to him. It’s sad story. Guy is completely unlikeable now..
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