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Kid at sports camp asked Dwyane Wade why he flops

A young kid at the Dwyane Wade and Brandon Marshall Sports Academy asked Wade, "why do you flop?"

With career at crossroads, Dwyane Wade getting in peak form (before/after photos)

The final phase of Dwyane Wade’s career will be marked by how much he has left and how far he can lead the Heat in the wake of LeBron James’ abrupt departure. Miami likely cannot afford another in-and-out year from Wade if it wants to compete in the Eastern Conference this season, and he grew tired of that program as well. While he averaged 19 points, 4.7 assists and 4.5 rebounds per game, he played just 54 games due to ongoing knee trouble. As he moves forward, Wade is making it his mission this summer to get in the best possible shape. [More]
Bullets Forever Jul 20, 2014

Otto Porter's breakout is coming

Here's why this year's strong Summer League performance is just the beginning for the Wizards' 2013 No. 3 pick. Editor's Note: Community, welcome Ryan. Ryan, this is the BF community. You can find Ryan on Twitter at @rgracia2378. Otto Porter may not be the eccentric, ball-dominant player people expect to see from a No. 33 NBA draft pick, but his flash-less skill set fits perfectly for an NBA team, especially one with the Wizards' makeup. We've seen Glen Rice, Jr. take over games thus far during the Summer League. We've also seen him do almost anything he wants against his defender in...
NetsDaily Jul 16, 2014

Markel Brown sees a little bit of Dwyane Wade in his game

In an interview last weekend with Travis Singleton of Sneaker Reporter, Markel Brown talks about how fortunate he is to be drafted by the Nets and how he was "numb" on Draft Night when he finally heard his name called at No. 44. When asked his favorite players he included Dwyane Wade and Russell Westbrook on his list. And while two weeks ago, he said his game resembles that of Westbrook, this time he said D-Wade. Heady stuff.Asked by Singleton whose game he "resembles a little bit," he replied, "More so, of the people I named, I'd probably say D-Wade: Like to get in the paint, finish up at...
Heat Index | ESPN Jul 16, 2014

Wade's loyalty warrants royal Heat response

The hashtag spread quickly the moment Dwyane Wade used his Instagram account Tuesday to confirm he signed a new contract and planned to be a Heat for life. #LoyaltyoverRoyalty. The symbolism is hard to miss. That message, which instantaneously served as a stamp to hundreds of social media posts, was a way of embracing Wade for re-committing to the only NBA team for which he’s ever played in his 11-year career. It was also a parting shot at LeBron James, aka King James, from a still grieving group after the four-time league MVP bolted Miami and returned to Cleveland as a free agent...
Chicago Sun-Times Jul 15, 2014

Dwyane Wade finalizes deal with Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat, and his latest deal is designed to give both the player and the only franchise he’s ever known some flexibility in the coming years. Wade signed a new contract with the Heat on Tuesday. It’s a two-year deal, the second of those seasons a player option, said a person familiar with the situation. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither side announced terms. “Home Is Where The...
Miami Herald Jul 15, 2014
Dwyane Wade agrees to two-year deal with Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade agrees to two-year deal with Miami Heat

The emotional conclusion of the Miami Heat’s free agency saga came to a defiant end Tuesday with Dwyane Wade finalizing a new deal to remain with the only NBA team he has ever known.
Hot Hot Hoops Jul 15, 2014
Report: Dwyane Wade will sign with Heat on two-year deal

Report: Dwyane Wade will sign with Heat on two-year deal

Wade helps the team taking a pay cut on a short-term contract. Multiple reports are coming in that Dwyane Wade will be re-signing with the Miami Heat on a favorable two-year deal that will give the team maximum cap flexibility in 2016. "The Associated Press", citing an anonymous source, "reported the deal is for two years and worth about $34 million, with a player option for the 2015-16 season." "He is taking roughly an $8 million pay cut from the two years and $42 million he opted out of to become a free agent last month. Wade's pay cut, the second time in his career he's taken less to...

Dwyane Wade calls Miami 'home' and himself a 'Heat lifer' on an emotional day

The emotional conclusion of the Heat’s free-agency saga came to a defiant end on Tuesday with Dwyane Wade finalizing a new deal to remain with the only professional team he has ever known. Wade came to terms with the Heat...
Report: Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade agree to two-year deal

Report: Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade agree to two-year deal

Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat have reportedly agreed to a two-year deal on Tuesday afternoon.
Miami Herald Jul 15, 2014
Dwyane Wade re-signs with Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade re-signs with Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat, and his latest deal is designed to give both the player and the only franchise hes ever known some flexibility in the coming years.
Rotoworld Jul 15, 2014

Dwyane Wade finalizes new contract w/ Heat - Dwyane Wade (G) Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade has finalized a multi-year contract with the Heat, which the AP is reporting as a two-year deal with a player option in the second year.
Miami Herald Jul 15, 2014

Heat re-sign team 'cornerstone' Wade

Dwyane Wade indicated Tuesday that he will re-sign with the Miami Heat.
Chicago Tribune Jul 15, 2014

Dwyane Wade finalizes new Miami Heat contract

A source close to the process confirmed Tuesday to the Sun Sentinel that Dwyane Wade has agreed to a new free-agent contract with the Miami Heat.

Dwyane Wade finalizes new Miami Heat contract

A source close to the process confirmed Tuesday to the Sun Sentinel that Dwyane Wade has agreed to a new free-agent contract with the Miami Heat.

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