Dwyane Wade established tonight’s Game 2 against the 76ers as a Dwyane Wade Night, a performance bound to get the word “vintage” repeatedly attached to it, pretty early on: certainly before the end of the first half, by which point he’d scored 21 on 8-for-9 shooting off the bench. In the second quarter, he’d…
Today was Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s first full day of classes since the Feb. 14 shooting that left 17 people dead and many others wounded. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos stopped by to meet with students, as did Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade. One of these visitors was more popular than the other.
Dwyane Wade, paying tribute to Parkland shooting victim Joaquin Oliver, hit the game-winning shot last night in the Miami Heat’s 102-101 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. He scored 15 of Miami’s 17 final points (and assisted on the other bucket). But it was a foul he made that actually won the Heat the game.
Dwyane Wade briefly looked like his vintage self tonight, putting up 15 of Miami’s 17 final points in a close fourth quarter against Philadelphia—including the game-winning shot with just a few seconds remaining.
Not only have the Cavaliers given Isaiah Thomas and Channing Frye the boot today, but they’re now trading four more players. (Yes, “the Cavaliers” can reasonably be interpreted as “LeBron James.”) Adios to Jae Crowder, Derrick Rose, Iman Shumpert, and Dwyane Wade. There goes a third of the roster.
Giannis Antetokounmpo turned in another monstrous night against the Cavs, scoring 40 points on 16-21 shooting. But this was not one of his finer moments. The Greek Freak looked guaranteed to score when he got the ball right under the basket, with only Dwyane Wade anywhere near him.
Fresh off his buyout from Chicago, Dwyane Wade is headed to Cleveland, signing a one-year, $2.3 million deal with the Cavs, according to The Vertical’s Shams Charania.
K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune is reporting Sunday night that Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls have agreed to a buyout, a move that will immediately make Wade a free agent. This was an inevitability virtually the moment the Bulls completed the Jimmy Butler trade back in June.
The Boston Celtics regained control of their first-round series against the Bulls last night, winning 108-97 and taking a 3-2 series lead. Who is to blame for the Bulls losing their grip? Not Dwyane Wade, who scored 26 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, dished eight assists, and played some inspired defense in the loss.
Last night, LeBron James finally began to retaliate against his round, mumbling harasser, Charles Barkley. This came as a balm to any LeBron fan who’d been exposed to Chuck’s cattle-prod takes on Inside the NBA, which abandon even the veneer of basketball analysis in favor of ahistorical trolling. Among those cheering…
The Chicago Bulls attempted to halt their public meltdown on Friday and get their season back on track, but from the comments of all those involved, it doesn’t seem like it will be quite so easy.
The beef that Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler slapped on the grill after last night’s chokejob against the Hawks has just been flipped over and salted by Rajon Rondo, who went in on the team’s leaders this evening on Instagram.
A whole season’s worth of frustration came to a head for the Chicago Bulls tonight. Chicago is 23-24, just a hair ahead of the Milwaukee Bucks for the eighth seed, and they have an indisputably worthy all-star starter in Jimmy Butler. Yet the team is clearly harboring some internal tensions and tonight they all came…
Two men have been arrested and charged with the murder of Nykea Aldridge, a cousin of Dwyane Wade who was shot to death in Chicago on Friday.
A cousin of Dwyane Wade was shot and killed Friday afternoon in Chicago while pushing her baby in a stroller.
(Update: A Trump staffer has deleted the tweet, and replaced it with one where Wade’s name is spelled correctly—because, to the Trump campaign, that’s what was wrong with the tweet.)
The members of the infamous Banana Boat crew have been a few of the most politically vocal major athletes of their generation. Back in 2012 LeBron James and Dwyane Wade led the Miami Heat in wearing hoodies in protest of Trayvon Martin’s death, and last weekend Carmelo Anthony used Instagram to call for his fellow…
I never really thought Dwyane Wade would leave Miami. The problem ultimately turned out to be that Micky Arison and Pat Riley thought that too.