Everything You Need To Know About Dwyane Wade
Dwyane Wade, better known as D-Wade, was the fifth 2003 NBA Draft pick by the Miami Heat. Since then, he has yet to enter into any other franchise. The Marquette University student skipped his senior year to enter the NBA, and has had unprecedented success ever since. During his first season with the Heat, Dwyane entered the NBA All-Rookie team, a title given to the most elite newbies of the NBA. The title was also given to then-rookie LeBron James during the 2003-2004 season.
It didn’t take long for D-Wade to convert from rookie to all-star. In 2006, Dwyane led the Heat to the NBA Championship, which was the first in the team’s history. He was also named the MVP for the 2006 NBA Finals. D-Wade also led the team to a second championship during the 2012 NBA Finals.
Dwyane’s jersey remains one of the top versions sold to consumers by the NBA. Still, the talented athlete has had his own personal struggles. He divorced his high school sweetheart in 2007. Dwyane’s own parents divorced when he was young, and his mother spent years battling drug addiction until 2001.
Despite all his struggles, D-Wade remains on top of the game and is sure to continue to surprise basketball fans with his talents. Perhaps this is due to the fact that D-Wade himself keeps faith in everything he does. In fact, the number 3 on his jersey was chosen to represent the Holy Trinity in the Christian faith.
D-Wade's Second McLaren MP4-12C
D-Wade's Mercedes SLR McLaren
Dwyane Wade's McLaren MP4-12C