Few NBA players had a journey like the one Dwyane Wade took. In sixteen years, Wade went from being a promising young player, to the NBA’s best player. After leading a surprising championship run, Wade endured a near career-ending injury.
Dwyane Wade would return and play two record-breaking seasons, before his Miami Heat formed the Big 3. Alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh, Wade won two additional championships. After this, Wade left the Heat, playing a season and a half with the Bulls and Cavaliers, before going home.
In 2019, Dwyane Wade retired, as a member of the Miami Heat, as the franchise’s all-time leading scorer. Since then, he has reunited with former Heat teammate, Shaquille O’Neal, on TNT, as an analyst. Now, Dwyane Wade is entering the NBA ownership world, purchasing a stake in the Utah Jazz, where he will take a role with the franchise, and into the region.
Source: Bleacher Report