Here is a photo, taken from Dwyane Wade’s Instagram, of Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, and LeBron James drinking some fine wine together in the Bahamas. My two questions: would you wear a t-shirt with your own nickname on it, and is Carmelo a bit faded?
Once again, the Heat need Dwyane Wade. Do they need him more than he needs them? It’s going to be an interesting offseason or two.
Old Man Dwyane Wade's been on a nice little run lately, averaging nearly 30 points per game over his last seven. He dropped 32 on the Portland Trail Blazers last night, the most important of which came by way of this smooth, game-winning jumper at the tail end of the fourth quarter. The Blazers probably should have…
Up against frenemy LeBron James and the Cavaliers, Dwyane Wade is putting on an absolute show tonight. The 27 points on 11-15 through three quarters is impressive enough, but the real highlight of his night is this crazy save turned spot-on behind-the-back pass that split two defenders to Goran Dragic. Maybe even more…
Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside was ejected from last night's game against the Celtics after plowing straight through Celtics center Kelly Olynyk for no good reason, earning himself a one-game suspension. After the game, Dwyane Wade sounded like a man who is losing patience with Whiteside:
Dwyane Wade's Christmas day game may end up being his signature performance of the season, leading an undermanned Heat team without Chris Bosh and Josh McRoberts to a win over LeBron's Cavs. Wade poured in 31 points, 5 assists, 5 rebounds and an emphatic-as-hell block on Kevin Love.
Yesterday, Gabrielle Union wed her fiancé/boyfriend of five years Dwyane Wade in front of family and friends. Prepare yourself for the barrage of headlines about Union's Union or how Wade Wed.
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union are getting married on August 30, and TMZ got its hands on the save-the-date video that the couple sent to potential guests. If anything, this is evidence that the gap between Wade and Union and a typical thirty-something suburban couple isn't as wide as you might think it is.
If only there was video of the kid actually asking Dwyane Wade why he flops. That would be beautiful. Wade's explanation of the story is a decent consolation prize.
That LeBron James and Dwyane Wade flew back to Miami after James's Vegas basketball camp is likely not a major clue to either's free agency decisions (Miami is where their stuff is). But thankfully local news was on the scene to capture more than three minutes of silent video of them talking on the tarmac.
In the commotion surrounding the immediate real estate plans of LeBron James and, to a lesser extent, a supporting cosmos of NBA stars, it has gone politely unsaid that one of the summer production's principals is—and in fact has been—dead. Dwyane Wade is no longer a great or even very good NBA player, and every…
LeBron James wants teams to know that when he signs his new contract, it's going to be for the maximum salary next year, which shakes out to about $20.7 million. LeBron has never been the highest paid player on any team he's ever played on and he's looking to rectify that.
The biggest question of the NBA offseason will be what becomes of the Miami Heat, who obviously cannot challenge again with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade's corpse, Chris Bosh (who is good and whatever but making a shitload of money), and the rest of the crap roster. It was perhaps Pat Riley's biggest coup getting them…
At some point around the time Dwyane Wade was impaled, for the second time, on a doddering walkabout turnover in the paint, the wider basketball-viewing world realized that Dwyane Wade has been dead all this time, and was only now being told. But Wade was far from the only Heat carcass to wash up these Finals.
What you are watching is essentially 12 minutes of Dwyane Wade ambling around the court like a video game character who's been abandoned by his player. All the footage is from this year's NBA Finals series against the Spurs and it's pretty ugly for Wade.
So here's some news from ESPN's Marc Stein and Brian Windhorst that will definitely go over well with all the well-adjusted NBA fans across America: The Miami Heat are mulling over a plan that would allow them to sign current New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony in free agency this summer, while keeping LeBron James,…
After getting smoked by the Spurs with a historic shooting night, the Miami Heat had some serious questions to answer. These were not those questions.
The NBA has brought swift justice against Dwyane Wade, who committed one of the most egregious flops you will ever see during last night's game against the Spurs. He will be fined $5,000 for convincing the referee that Manu Ginobili has telekinetic powers.
NBA fans saw something they aren't really used to seeing during last night's game between the Heat and Pacers: a player lying motionless on the floor after taking a blow to the head.