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2 Chicago Men Charged In Death Of Dwyane Wade's CousinTwo brothers who were on parole for prior criminal activity have been charged in the shooting death of the cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade, Chicago police announced Sunday.
Dwyane Wade Speaks Out In Wake Of Cousin's Fatal ShootingNBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was an innocent bystander, police said, pushing her baby in a stroller near a Chicago school when she was fatally shot Friday.
Heat Sign Point Guard Beno Udrih To One-Year DealThe Miami Heat added some depth to their backcourt on Wednesday as the team prepares for its first season without Dwyane Wade since 2002.
Heat Owner Micky Arison Expresses Confidence In Letter To FansFew teams in professional sports have a better owner than the Miami Heat.
Miami Heat Release 2016-2017 Regular Season ScheduleThe Miami Heat released its 2016-17 regular season schedule Thursday.
After NBA Retirement, Amare Stoudemire To Play For Israeli TeamAfter retiring from the NBA on July 26, Amare Stoudemire signed a two-year contract Monday to play for Israeli team Hapoel Jerusalem.
Dwyane Wade Excited To Join His Hometown BullsFans are used to seeing Dwyane Wade in red and black, but not quite like this.
Winderman: "With Bosh The Heat's Ceiling Is Contending With Cleveland"Sun Sentinel Miami Heat beat writer Ira Winderman joined the Joe Rose Show on 560 WQAM.
Heat Sign Dion Waiters To 2-Year, $5.93 Million DealThe Miami Heat are adding a solid scoring threat to their new-look lineup.
Contrite Riley Wishes He'd Done More To Keep Wade In MiamiPat Riley revealed Saturday that he blames himself for Dwyane Wade's decision to leave the Miami Heat, adding that he wishes he could have done more to keep the three-time champion in town.
Dwyane Wade Signs Contract With BullsDwyane Wade has signed his contract with the Chicago Bulls.
LeBron, Wade Join NBA Stars At ESPYs Urging End To Profiling, Gun ViolenceLeBron James won five trophies, including best male athlete and best NBA player, at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday night when frivolity gave way to a call to end gun violence and racial profiling.

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