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Dwyane Wade pursuit key in getting Mike Miller’s return to Nuggets

OMAHA, Neb. — In the end, Mike Miller’s decision to return to the Nuggets this past summer came down to money. The Nuggets’ money. And it wasn’t the Nuggets showing him the money. It was the money they showed Dwyane Wade in July to try and coax the star guard, then a free agent, to play for them. Miller was in that New York meeting with Wade, his former teammate in Miami...
Via The Denver Post
4 hours ago

Sixers rookie Ben Simmons has fracture in foot

Philadelphia 76ers rookie forward Ben Simmons has a fracture in his right foot. Bob Cooney of the Daily News reported the injury first, and shortly afterwards the team announced it as “a fracture of the fifth metatarsal bone of his right foot.” This is definitely some dark news just days into the team’s training camp. Simmons was selected No. 1 overall this year and came...
Via Sportsnaut
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Dwyane Wade Asserting Himself as Veteran Voice in Bulls Camp

Following Friday’s practice, it seems as though Dwyane Wade is emerging as the Chicago Bulls’ go-to veteran presence. Dwyane Wade is one of the most well-respected players in the NBA and he may be the leader the Chicago Bulls struggled to find last season. In Fred Hoiberg‘s first year as head coach, the Bulls locker […] Dwyane Wade Asserting Himself as Veteran Voice in Bulls...
Via Pippen Ain't Easy
5 hours ago

Dwyane Wade continues to expand his game

Steph Curry isn’t looking for tips yet. And no one’s intimidated that he might enter the All-Star Three-Point Shootout. But Dwyane Wade’s getting his three ball warmed up and ready to go. “My game translates anywhere,” Wade told reporters after Wednesday’s second day of Bulls training camp workouts. “I’ve played with so many different players before. I’m not worried...
1 day ago

WATCH: Dwyane Wade joins CSN panel during Bulls Media Day

Dwyane Wade joins the CSN panel during Bulls Media Day as he discusses his new role with the team, Jimmy Butler and his busy summer.
Via CSN Chicago
3 days ago  |  Discuss

AP Interview: Wade ready for his Chicago challenge

MIAMI (AP) It's not like Dwyane Wade has never dealt with change before. He played for three head coaches in 13 seasons with the Miami Heat, helped orchestrate one of the most scrutinized free-agent hauls in NBA history when LeBron James and Chris Bosh came to play alongside him, and had 112 teammates along the way. So going into a new locker room doesn't figure to overwhelm...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade's Beyond Basketball Mission In Chicago

For Dwyane Wade, basketball has become more a vehicle than an end. The new Chicago Bull and long-time Hall of Fame shoo-in is 34 now, with a body that's been through many fires. Even with Wade coming off his healthiest, most productive year as a Miami Heat since the halcyon days of LeBron James, signing the veteran superstar to two years of service for nearly $50 million was a questionable...
Via RealGM - NBA
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade thanks the city of Miami with billboard

Now a member of the Bulls, Dwyane Wade wanted Miami to know he’s appreciative of the support he received from the city during his time with the Heat. Wade may be gone, but there is a lasting image of him high above the ground in the place he called home for the first 13 years of his NBA career. A billboard can be found near Interstate 95 and Interstate 395 with Wade’s picture...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade: Return to Chicago ‘bigger than basketball’

Dwyane Wade says his return to his hometown of Chicago is about more than basketball. Wade appeared on “Good Morning America” on Friday, saying that he hoped his decision to join the Bulls could help unite the city in light of recent events. “My purpose for being back in the city is bigger than basketball. Basketball is a big part of it, of course; it’s what I do for a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade’s cousin shot and killed in Chicago

This is just awful. Chicago’s gun violence is horrifying and almost incomprehensible. According to the Chicago Tribune, which keeps a running tally of shootings, 2,739 people have been shooting victims since January 1, 2016. That’s seemingly impossibly high, yet it’s the truth. On Friday, that violence claimed another victim, and the details are heartbreaking: Dwyane...
Via The Comeback
August 26, 2016  |  Discuss

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