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Dwyane Wade’s Son Comes Up Clutch as He Takes on NBA Players in Miami Pro League
- Updated: July 4, 2018
On Tuesday night, the talented youngster went up against current NBA talent in a Miami Pro League game and held his own in impressive fashion.
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) July 4, 2018
Hardaway wasn’t the only NBA player on the court. He was joined by big man Andre Drummond and Dwyane Wade’s own teammate Hassan Whiteside. It’s quite impressive that Zaire Wade was not only able to keep up with the NBA athletes, but actually put on quite a show.
Thanks to this video, it’s clear that Zaire Wade has already learned quite a bit from his All-Star dad. With a couple more years left before he’s eligible to play in the NBA, it’ll be fascinating to see just how great this young baller can become.
While there’s no telling whether or not the Heat will be able to snag Zaire Wade in the future, nothing would be sweeter than seeing him carry on his family’s tradition of basketball excellence in South Florida.