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Chris Bosh and His Wife Pay Visit to See Dwyane Wade’s Newborn Baby
- Updated: November 26, 2018
The Boshes got to visit the Wades recently and met the newest member of their family for the first time.
— Adrienne Bosh (@MrsAdrienneBosh) November 25, 2018
Wade and his wife, Gabrielle Union, announced the birth of their daughter Kaiva earlier in November. The surprising, yet exciting news sent shockwaves through the NBA as little people knew and it was the first baby the couple has had together. Since the arrival of the couple’s daughter, multiple NBA players and celebrities have showered the Wades with love.
However, the latest couple to visit the baby — Bosh and his wife — have a special place among the list of visitors. Bosh and Wade, who both came out of the 2003 draft, go way back. Playing together from 2010 to 2016 in Miami, the pair went to four straight NBA Finals and won back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013.
Although Bosh’s career was cut short due to blood clots, the big man had a very successful stint in the NBA. The 34-year-old has career averages of 19.2 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. While there are rumors the Georgia Tech product could make an NBA comeback, it’s unlikely to happen because of the severity of his health issues.
Still, the two-time champion will always be remembered in Miami.