Dwyane Wade


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Dwyane Wade played in the NBA from 2003 to 2019, most notably for the Miami Heat for 15 seasons. He was selected as an NBA All-Star 13 times, won three NBA championships, and was named the 2006 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player. He is the Heat’s all-time leader in points, games played, assists, and steals, and the NBA’s all-time leader for blocks by a guard. Wade’s partnerships include Li-Ning, Hisense, MISSION, Budweiser, BallerTV, Wade Cellars, Mars Reel, Spades Royale, and 800° Woodfired Kitchen. 

Through his partnership with WarnerMedia, he serves as a regular analyst for TNT’s Tuesday night NBA studio coverage and is a creative director for Bleacher Report. He is a board of trustee member for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Wade recently joined the Utah Jazz ownership group. Founder of 59th & Prairie Entertainment, he is an executive producer of D. Wade: Life Unexpected, the Sports Emmy–nominated documentary Shot in the Dark, the Oscar-winning animated short Hair Love, and the upcoming docuseries Legacy. 

Wade will executive produce and host the award-winning British game show reboot of The Cube, which will premiere in the US on June 10 on TBS. He is the New York Times bestselling author of A Father First. He recently co-authored the children’s book Shady Baby, and his upcoming photographic memoir DWYANE will be released on November 16, 2021. The Wade Family Foundation provides relief to marginalized communities in need. Wade co-founded the Social Change Fund to invest in, and support organizations focused on empowering communities of color and advocating for the human rights of all Black lives. 

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