Tweet of the Night: Dwyane Wade has been working with Tim Grover for the past two months

Dwyane Wade

When LeBron James first joined forces with Dwyane Wade in Miami, some wondered whether they could really co-exist, given both players’ need to have the ball in their hands to be fully effective. By that time, as it turns out, Wade’s knees would prove to be in on the verge of giving him all sorts of problems, and playing alongside James may have been the best thing that could have happened to him. The player formerly known as “Flash” no longer

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Tweet of the Day: Luol Deng

Many basketball fans, especially Chicago Bulls fans, have lasting memories of an exhausted and visibly weak looking Michael Jordan playing through severe illness in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals. Seeing him put up 38 points in 44 minutes for a narrow victory over the Utah Jazz set the bar for all athletes confronted with severe “flu-like” symptoms. Such was not the case for Chicago Bulls small forward Luol Deng, who missed Thursday night’s Game 6 tilt against the Brooklyn

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SH Blog: Wade didn’t want the life of a superstar anymore, Howard’s back still bothering him

Dwyane Wade

“Not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven.” Those are the infamous words by LeBron James when he first became a Miami Heat that people will always remember. It was obviously a huge deal at the time due to its cockiness and the fact that it was said before the newly formed trio ever played a single game together on the court. When he said it, we all assumed that James was speaking for himself as well

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