- Video: Security hilariously stops Bam Adebayo from swapping jerseys with Kyrie Irving
- Robin Lopez called out Miami Heat for being ‘thespians’ after Tyler Herro embellished contact
- Report: 3 Miami Heat players included in Team USA’s 2021 Olympic player pool
- Report: Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro and Avery Bradley will not join Miami Heat on road trip
- Report: Tyler Herro to miss Miami Heat’s next 3 games with latest injury
- Injury report released for Miami Heat’s Friday night game vs. Toronto Raptors
- Report: Miami Heat to use dogs to screen for COVID-19 as they begin welcoming fans back into arena
- Erik Spoelstra insinuates NBA forcing Miami Heat to play short-handed may have worsened Tyler Herro’s injury
- Andre Iguodala claims Duncan Robinson and Tyler Herro have work ethics ‘just like’ Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson
- Kendrick Nunn discloses why he still thinks he deserved Rookie of the Year over Ja Morant
Report: Dwyane Wade to Work Out With LeBron James Before Lakers Games This Season
- Updated: September 8, 2019
Former Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade may have retired from playing in the NBA but that won’t stop him from staying in shape and training alongside today’s stars, including Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James.
According to Arash Markazi of the Los Angeles Times, Wade will be working out regularly with his good friend despite retiring from professional basketball last April.
“Staying in shape for Wade might actually include him working out with James before games at the Lakers’ training facility in El Segundo and at Staples Center, which will undoubtedly lead to rumors of a potential reunion this season,” wrote Markazi.
Wade is definite that he will be spending more time with James as he plans to be around Lakers games before tipoff this upcoming regular season.
“You’re definitely going to see me out there,” Wade said. “I’ll be there early to work out with LeBron before the game starts. I just want to stay around it and be as involved as I can.”
No one knows whether his workout sessions with James will result in a comeback or not. Perhaps a few months of practicing with the four-time MVP will fire up his competitive juices once again.
For now, Wade appears content to give back to the game by working out with the next generation of stars.