Dwyane Wade

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  • Dwyane Wade
    SG, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade was named the winner of the Players Association's "2019’s Most Respected Award" on Tuesday.

    Wade takes home another award in his retirement season. The three-time NBA Champion and future HOFer will be missed.

    Source: Ira Winderman on Twitter

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    The Professional Basketball Writers Association announced their awards with Dwyane Wade winning the Magic Johnson Award, Damian Lillard winning the Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, Doc Rivers receiving the Rudy Tomjanovich Award and the Warriors presented with the Brian McIntyre Media Relations Award.

    Congratulations to Lillard, Rivers, Wade and the Warriors franchise on being chosen with these honors, as well as all the other finalists for the awards.

    Source: Probasketballwriters.org

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade capped his career with a 25-point, 11-rebound, 10-assist triple-double on Wednesday vs. the Nets.

    Wade's storied career came to a close with a slightly resurgent fantasy season. He was a do-it-all kind of streamer most of the season, ranking in the top-150 (8-cat) on a per-game basis. However, he turned it on toward the end with a top-100 final month. Thanks to the number one fantasy player of the 2006-07 season (8-cat, per-game) for all the stats.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Erik Spoelstra said that Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem will both play on the season finale on Wednesday.

    The Heat are officially eliminated from the playoffs but it will be nice to see the future Hall-of-Famer play another NBA game. It’s possible that Wade starts and gets the Kobe Bryant treatment, with Spoelstra giving him the green light to shoot it as must as he wants, so fantasy owners should definitely put him in their lineups. Harlem, who is also expected to retire after the season’s end, should also get a few minutes.

    Source: Ethan Skolnick on Twitter

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade turned back the clock once again on Tuesday night as he pummeled the Sixers into submission with 30 points on 10-of-23 shooting from the field and 6-of-6 from the line.

    Wade also hit four 3s, grabbed two boards, dished out three assists and blocked one shot in his team-high 35 minutes on the floor. Don't call him "old." At least not while he's showing that he's got enough juice to drop big games like this. He's a future Hall-of-Famer and tonight is just another reason to add to the laundry list extolling the greatness of his 15-year NBA career.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade is starting against the Sixers on Tuesday.

    Wade is looking to try and get himself one more playoff series before he calls it quits. The Heat trail the Pistons by 1.0 game. Wade will play off the ball more but look for some fireworks as it may be the last time we see Wade at the American Airlines Arena.

    Source: Anthony Chiang on Twitter

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade scored 21 points on 7-for-14 shooting with four 3-pointers, five assists and three rebounds in an overtime loss to the Raptors.

    Wade has now dropped 20 in two straight games and is doing his best to help the Heat try to get into the playoffs. With Josh Richardson out, the Heat will lean on Wade more as he finishes out his final regular season.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade played like it was 2010 on Friday, exploding for 24 points on 8-of-16 shooting from the field and 7-of-7 shooting from the line in 29 minutes.

    Wade also added three rebounds, three dimes, one triple and one steal to the box score tonight, showing that he's got a little something-something still left in his tank. He's managed to defy Father Time in multiple games this season, but his decline and rest days to not bode well for his outlook in 2019-20, should he decide to give it another go.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade put up a solid stat line in Wednesday's loss to the Celtics as he had 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists in 27 minutes.

    Wade has been put into a role where he has to shoulder much of the bench scoring due to lack of healthy wings on this team right now. He shot 5-of-13 from the field and added two triples to the box score. He has been a stable deeper league asset this season and he is just outside the top-200 value in 9-cat formats. His volume and ability to contribute in multiple categories keeps him fantasy relevant.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade scored 17 points on 8-of-17 shooting while adding five rebounds, seven assists and a steal on Monday.

    Wade still looks solid out there on the court in spurts and the 29 minutes of action are just about the right amount for him to maximize his talents at his current age. At times he looked like the most athletic Heat player, diving for loose balls and soaring for tip-ins late in the fourth quarter to keep his team in the game, but in the end the Celtics were just too much.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade scored 16 points on 6-of-16 shooting while adding seven rebounds, three assists, a steal and a block in Saturday's win against the Knicks.

    Wade is not a must-own player because of his inconsistency issues but it's nice to see him take advantage of the available minutes given to him whenever Josh Richardson and Justice Winslow are out.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade scored 22 in a throwback stat line in Tuesday's home loss to the Magic, filling it up with seven rebounds, seven assists, three steals and two threes in 29 minutes off the bench.

    Wade might not be needed quite so much when Justise Winslow returns shortly, but he has been good for a handful of helpful stats in most games this season.

  • Dwyane Wade
    G, Miami Heat

    Dwyane Wade scored 20 points on 9-of-15 shooting while adding nine rebounds, four assists, and two triples in Saturday's win against the Wizards.

    Wade will continue to go out in style and won't just fade into the night as he is still capable of stepping up when needed. Although, he's not a must own player in most formats because of consistency issues that plagued him throughout the whole year.