Dwayne Wade’s Career

Dwayne Wades Career

Ali Alhamdani

Dwayne Tyrone Wade Jr. is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Dwayne Wade was drafted fifth overall in the 2003 NBA draft by Miami. This 2019 season will be his last season playing for the NBA. Wade had an amazing career and his stats proves it.

Dwayne wade is a three-time NBA champion (2006, 2012 and 2013), all with the Miami Heat. In June 2012, Wade—along with power player LeBron James—helped the team to a 121-106 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder, in the fifth game of the NBA finals. The following year, he and the Heat clinched a second consecutive title – this time taking on the San Antonio Spurs.

Among various honors, Wade was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team in 2004, and was named the 2006 NBA finals MVP and the 2010 NBA All-Star Game MVP. In 2006 Wade had his best season ever. He was averaging 27 points all season and 7 assists a game. Wade field goal percentage in 2006 was 49 percent. Wade departed from the hometown Bulls in 2016 and spent one season in Chicago before rejoining one-time teammate LeBron James on the Cavaliers. Wade appeared in 46 games for Cleveland last season before he was traded back to Miami. This 2019 season will be his last season and every game he plays will be his last against all the NBA teams.

Senior Will Adams said, “Wade is top 5 players of all time and his stats and hustle every season shows that. Wade will always be one of my favorite players to ever played.”