One thing that Dwyane Wade has never shied away from is a challenge. It’s the attitude that has remained with him from blacktops of Chicago through his days at Marquette University to his 11 years with the Miami Heat.
As LeBron James continues his transition back to his hometown team, the superstar has decided what number he’ll wear when he takes the court for the first time (again) with the Cavaliers.
LeBron James is often thought of as the best basketball player in the world but James may not have realized the true reach of his fandom, until now.
While LeBron James has yet to wish his former community of South Florida any kind of goodbye or thanks, he’s already working hard on endearing himself to his neighbors in Bath Township, Ohio.
It was a very unique situation when LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade in Miami back in the summer of 2010.
Since this has become LeBron’s summer of love we can turn this into a campy double-entendre, with the lights squarely on Kevin Love, who is supposedly LeBron’s 7-foot bridge to bringing the Larry O’Brien Trophy to Cleveland.
With the biggest names off the board, it’s time to break down the five teams having the best offseason thus far in the NBA.
LeBron James is doing a good job recruiting his former Miami Heat teammates to join him in Cleveland. On Tuesday the Cavaliers came to terms on a two-year deal with Mike Miller and now they have reached an agreement with another former Heat sharpshooter.
As the Miami Heat continue to build up their roster in the aftermath of LeBron James moving back to Cleveland, it appears that a deal to lock up Dwyane Wade isn’t far away.
As the Miami Heat continues to re-shape its roster following the departure of LeBron James, there is one player that Miami would love to see stick around and help keep the team among the better ones in the Eastern Conference.