- Jimmy Butler predicts why Miami Heat will succeed in playoffs: ‘We get there, us as a team, I’ll handle the rest’
- Erik Spoelstra says Bam Adebayo was ‘really angry’ Miami Heat kept him out of game vs. Houston Rockets
- Report: Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo available to play Wednesday vs. Spurs
- Stephen A. Smith and Spike Lee issue strong criticism regarding Dwyane Wade’s ownership stake in Utah Jazz
- Duncan Robinson’s humble reaction after passing Dwyane Wade in Miami Heat record books
- Report: Rockets player gets jumped at strip club, takes bottle to face in Miami day before taking on Heat
- Report: Miami Heat to be without Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro vs. Houston Rockets
- Report: Miami Heat have been ‘concerned now for months’ about Tyler Herro’s celebrity status
- Report: Miami Heat to be without Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro vs. Houston Rockets
- Dwyane Wade says Zaire has activated ‘Wade hops’ after he jumps over grown man for impressive dunk
Zaire Wade Hints That Dwyane Wade Is Preparing for Return to Basketball
- Updated: July 16, 2020
His eldest child, Zaire, hinted that the former NBA shooting guard has been working out in order to potentially join a league, with the BIG3 league and The Basketball Tournament being cited in the past.
The elder Wade retired from the NBA following the conclusion of the 2018-19 season.
Although he said that he would not join the BIG3 league last year, he expressed an affinity for the creative platform.
I don’t know If more guys will play in this league or not but having platforms like the Big 3 and also TBT is definitely intriguing and looks fun to be apart of. The camaraderie in the locker room and the team spirit of the sport is what you miss most. So anything is possible✊🏿
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 11, 2020
Multiple former NBA players have competed in the BIG3 league. As a matter of fact, a few of the elder Wade’s former teammates have battled in the league. Therefore, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the Heat legend decided to take part in the entertaining program.
At the acme of his career, the elder Wade was one of the best basketball players on the planet. The 6-foot-4 pro played in five finals, won three championships and is the Heat’s all-time leading scorer.
The 2006 NBA Finals MVP is considered the third-best shooting guard ever behind Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan.
The elder Wade has career averages of 22.0 points, 5.4 assists and 4.7 boards per game.