He’s the most popular Heat player in South Florida, and even had the county named after him for a week in 2010.
Dwyane Wade came out of Marquette University and immediately put his foot print on the Heat and the NBA.
Three years after he was drafted, he carried the Heat to an NBA Championship and has been at the top of his game ever since then.
Wade is a scoring machines who has averaged better than 25 points per game since 2008. For his career, Wade averaged 25.4 points, 5 rebounds, and 6.3 assists per game.
When the pressure turns up in the postseason, Wade’s game elevates even higher.
He’s averaged more than 28 points per game three times in the postseason and shoots better than 48 percent from the field in the playoffs.
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