NEW YORK -- Ask Dwyane Wade about the Miami Heat's dominant championship run this past summer -- one that resulted in the first NBA title of the Big Three era -- and he'll tell you that this one, by the thinnest of margins, was sweeter than his first, in 2006.
"I like to say they're both special, but I think the difference is that I've been through so much more as an adult getting to this championship," Wade said Tuesday in an interview with FOXSports.com at a signing for his new book, "A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball."
"In the six years since I won my last one, I've dealt with so much in my personal life that this one made me exhale just a little bit longer than I did in 2006."
But if the eight-time All-Star guard has learned anything about winning championships, it's that you can never put the most recent one behind you fast enough and that it's always too early to start thinking "dynasty."
Wade remembers all too well how hard it can be to repeat -- h...