Miami Heat Rumors
Gabrielle Union is married to Dwyane Wade. She’s also a realist. So following the news that Klay Thompson didn’t make one of the three All-NBA teams (while her husband received one vote), she voiced her support for the Golden State Warriors star.
“I got news that I got a vote to be on the All-NBA team,” Wade, who retired at the end of the regular season, said in a video posted to his Instagram story Friday. “Baby, did you vote for me?” he asked as he panned the camera to Union. “No … I voted for Klay Thompson,” she joked. “I voted for Klay too, but I don’t get a say,” said Wade. “With that being said, whoever voted for me, I do appreciate you, but you definitely could have saved that vote for one of the people who deserved it.”
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“I am very excited about the opportunity to lead the University of Michigan’s storied basketball program,” Howard said, per the release. “I have been very fortunate to be part of a great championship organization in the Miami Heat for the last nine years — three as a player and six as a coach. It was always going to take something incredibly special to for me to leave Miami; however, I know in my heart this is the right place and the right time.”
Tim Reynolds: Heat president Pat Riley: “I’m happy for Juwan, Jenine and his family. … He is going back to a school and a conference in which he is revered. I think it is a great step forward for him and the university, and I wish him nothing but the best, because that’s what he’s given us.”