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Dwyane Wade
Dwyane Wade
Position: -
Born: 01/17/82
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:212 lbs. / 96.2 kg.
Earnings: $199,499,205 ($226,640,037*)
Gabrielle Union, the wife of former Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade, recently opened up about the trauma she endured when Wade had a child with another woman during their relationship. Union and Wade weren’t married at the time, but they were several years into a relationship with each other. “In 2013, before we were married, Dwyane had a baby with another woman,” Union wrote in her new memoir. “It should go without saying that we were not in a good place in our relationship at the time that child was conceived. But we were in a much better place when he finally told me about the pregnancy. To say I was devastated is to pick a word on a low shelf for convenience. There are people — strangers who I will never meet — who have been upset that I have not previously talked about that trauma. I have not had words, and even after untold amounts of therapy I am not sure I have them now. But truth matters.”
Smith joined an NBA board that is helping review where the game is going, to create ambassadors to represent the game. Part of that is involvement in golf. He said it started during the COVID-19 bubble season when a lot of NBA players either took up golf or brought their clubs to play as things were sorted out with the pandemic. “Whether it is Dwyane Wade, Mike Conley or Donovan (Mitchell), I play a lot of golf with all of them and wherever they are on the skill level, whether just getting started or played a while, it’s just incredible and it’s good for the game. I think we’ve got a long way to go but I think all of these guys playing is definitely massively positive and incredible marketing and branding for the game of golf.”
Wade late last season bought into the Utah Jazz’s new ownership group. For Haslem, there is only one logical place for such a pursuit of his own, having earned in excess of $65 million over his career. The latest Forbes valuation of the Heat is $2 billion, which would put a one-percent ownership stake at $20 million. “What better place to do it than in my city? It’s genuine. It’s real,” he said. “I can still move the needle around this NBA. I have some many relationships with so many NBA players, just because I am the OG. So they value my opinion.”
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