Dwyane Wade Rumors

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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 ($225,185,939*)
Haslem never forgot his kindness or his lessons. Years later, before a Heat game in Utah — when Jae Crowder was playing there — Haslem saw his former teammate in the front row. He called Dwyane Wade over to introduce him as well. “Udonis comes over and gives me a hug,” Corey Crowder said. “Then he calls D-Wade over and says ‘I want to introduce you to Jae Crowder’s dad. I’m in the NBA because of this man right here.’ Now that, to me, was the biggest compliment that anybody could ever pay a person. What I was doing for him, way back when, was not for me. It was for him.”
“No,” Wade said of Riley moving on after a potential fourth championship under his Heat watch this postseason, via Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. “I think we’re going to have to roll him out. “Look, I’ve heard him say a lot of things over my time,” Wade added of Riley. “He said he wanted to build a team to get back to the championship. I see Riley just being there. That doesn’t mean someone else won’t eventually come in.”
As Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald recaps, former Heat All-Star Dwyane Wade spoke on 790 The Ticket’s Tobin & Leroy Show about the Heat’s youth movement this season and the future of longtime Heat mastermind Pat Riley, who is 75. “I think [Riley’s] going to be around [well after this season],” Wade said. “His office is going to still be his office. Even if he’s not in that position, he’s still going to come into practice everyday. This is his life. This is what he loves. This is him. I don’t see him going anywhere.”
Dwyane Wade said Wednesday that he envisions Pat Riley continuing on with the work he has done as Miami Heat president no matter the result of these NBA playoffs, and that even if the job became vacant, it is not one he would pursue. Asked if championship success could bring the Riley era to a close after a quarter century of stewardship of the Heat, Wade said on 790-The Ticket that he sees the 75-year-old icon as game for more.
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“I don’t think so,” Wade said of Riley moving on after a potential fourth championship under his Heat watch this postseason. “I think we’re going to have to roll him out. “Look, I’ve heard him say a lot of things over my time. He said he wanted to build a team to get back to the championship. I see Riley just being there. That doesn’t mean someone else won’t eventually come in.”