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Fantasy Update

Apr 20, 2014
Rotoworld
Dwyane Wade was superb in his 34 minutes of action on Sunday vs. the Bobcats, making 10-of-16 from the field for 23 points with one board, five assists, one steal and two 3-pointers.
Hot Hot Hoops 4 hours ago

Heat grab 2-0 series lead over Bobcats with scrappy 101-97 victory

The Bobcats fell behind early but mounted comeback after comeback to make it tough for the Miami Heat. The defending champs held on in crunch time with the Big 3 making clutch plays. Things are looking fine in Miami, as the Heat managed to hold back a surging Bobcats squad in the fourth quarter to gut out the 101-97 victory. Despite leading by a ten-point cushion throughout the game, Charlotte was able to mount one more comeback in the latter half of the game pushing within three points. Nevertheless, it was Miami's veteran nature that won out as Dwyane Wade's calm and collected nature...
Miami Herald 5 hours ago
Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade works long ball into his game

Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade works long ball into his game

Dwyane Wade, who took fewer three-pointers than he ever has this season, has been lofting more in recent games (at least before Game 2) and said he wants that “weapon in the playoffs, even more than the regular season.”
Hot Hot Hoops 6 hours ago

Wade steals game in final minutes as Heat take game 2 vs Bobcats

In a back-and-forth game, Charlotte managed to make it close in the fourth quarter, but to no avail as Miami takes a two game lead in the series. Things are looking fine in Miami, as the Heat managed to hold back a surging Bobcats squad in the fourth quarter. Despite leading by a ten-point cushion throughout the game, Charlotte was able to mount one more comeback in the latter half of the game pushing within three points. Nevertheless, it was Miami's veteran nature that won out as Dwyane Wade's calm and collected nature resulted in flawless defensive anticipation as he stole Charlotte's...
Hot Hot Hoops Apr 22, 2014
HHH GameTime Preview: HEAT Host Bobcats, Game 2

HHH GameTime Preview: HEAT Host Bobcats, Game 2

The HEAT look to double-down on their first round foes, the Charlotte Bobcats. When last we met, the HEAT were setting the tone for their playoff-opening round series with the Charlotte Bobcats. For those of you out there in a vacuum, in a mid-afternoon showdown on a Sunday, Miami came away with a 99-88 win. Miami got behind a 27-point, nine rebound performance from "The King," LeBron James, and a 23-point, 10-of-16 shooting and five assist show from his well-rested sidekick, Dwyane "Flash" Wade. James Jones scored 12 in just 14 minutes, and Chris "Birdman" Andersen pitched in with eight...
Hot Hot Hoops Apr 22, 2014

Dwyane Wade goes one on one with author James Patterson

For the second time, Dwyane Wade will join forces with #1 bestselling author James Patterson to highlight the importance of reading for success in life. This year, he's getting a little help from his All-Star friends. With playoffs underway in the NBA and FCAT week in progress for Florida students, Dwyane Wade is going "One on One" with #1 bestselling author James Patterson this week reminding us that life is bigger than basketball and reading can change lives. It's the second time the two have joined forces in this effort to raise awareness and save lives through reading. This time they...
Hot Hot Hoops Apr 21, 2014

Note to Self – Dwyane Wade is Back

After a season-long “maintenance program” that had media and fans ready to drive the final nail into the coffin of his career, Dwyane Wade’s first game in this year’s playoffs confirmed, to paraphrase author Mark Twain, that rumors of his death have been greatly exaggerated. It's been an underlying theme all season long, undermining Miami's historical quest for a third-straight championship: Dwyane Wade, one of the top shooting guards in NBA history, is simply a shadow of his former self. He can't explode and is no longer a factor. He's forcing the end of the "Big Three" era. The...
Hot Hot Hoops Apr 21, 2014

Heat cruise past Bobcats 99-88 to take Game 1

LeBron James (27 points) and Dwyane Wade (23 points) finally played together and their chemistry was too much for the Charlotte Bobcats to handle, especially down the stretch. The Miami Heat rode a decisive third-quarter run to take control of Game 1, winning 99-88 and taking a 1-0 series lead heading into Wednesday's Game 2. After the Charlotte Bobcats scored the first 10 points of the third quarter to regain the lead, the Heat responded with its one-two punch. First, a spry Dwyane Wade controlled the offense to put the Heat back on top with welcome slashes to the basket. Then after he sat...
Miami Herald Apr 21, 2014
Wade looks like himself in Game 1 win for Heat

Wade looks like himself in Game 1 win for Heat

Dwyane Wade is not planning on missing any more games this season, and that means life on the Miami Heat equipment room staff is going to get considerably more demanding.
Miami Herald Apr 21, 2014
Greg Cote: Miami Heat needs Dwyane Wade of Game 1 to three-peat

Greg Cote: Miami Heat needs Dwyane Wade of Game 1 to three-peat

The Heat this season put together videos featuring every player that are shown on the home arena’s giant scoreboard screen during games. The one on Dwyane Wade happened to air Sunday during a timeout in the second half of the playoff victory over Charlotte that opened Miami’s postseason bid for a third consecutive NBA championship.
Miami Herald Apr 21, 2014
Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade plays 34 minutes, calls it ‘a natural day’

Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade plays 34 minutes, calls it ‘a natural day’

Ten seconds into Sunday’s playoff opener, Dwyane Wade said he looked up at the scoreboard inside AmericanAirlines Arena and thought he might need to call a timeout.
Miami Herald Apr 20, 2014
Greg Cote: Miami Heat needs Dwyane Wade of Game 1 to three-peat

Greg Cote: Miami Heat needs Dwyane Wade of Game 1 to three-peat

The Heat this season put together feature videos on every player that are shown on the home arena’s giant scoreboard screen during games. The one on Dwyane Wade happened to air Sunday during a timeout in the second half of the playoff victory over Charlotte that opened Miami’s postseason bid for a third consecutive NBA championship.
Miami Herald Apr 20, 2014
Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade plays 34 minutes, call it ‘a natural day’

Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade plays 34 minutes, call it ‘a natural day’

Ten seconds into Sunday’s playoff opener, Dwyane Wade said he looked up at the scoreboard inside AmericanAirlines Arena and thought he might need to call a timeout.

That's the Dwyane Wade the Heat need to have

Heat star's efficient 21 points show he's healthy – for now Again and again after making a riveting shot, Dwyane Wade pointed to the AmericanAirlines Arena floor with both hands and shouted, "This is my house!" He repeated it. He jumped on a courtside table singing it.
Charlotte Observer Apr 20, 2014
James, Wade lead Heat past Bobcats 99-88 in Game 1

James, Wade lead Heat past Bobcats 99-88 in Game 1

LeBron James scored 27 points, Dwyane Wade added 23 and the Miami Heat used a late charge to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 99-88 on Sunday in Game 1 of their…
Rotoworld Apr 20, 2014

Dwyane Wade looks healthy, plays 34 minutes - Dwyane Wade (G) Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade was superb in his 34 minutes of action on Sunday vs. the Bobcats, making 10-of-16 from the field for 23 points with one board, five assists, one steal and two 3-pointers.

Dwyane Wade Photos

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