Dwyane Wade: Miami Heat Will Win the NBA Title If He, Not LeBron James, Leads the Way

April 6th, 2011 by John Friel Leave a reply »
Even before LeBron James and Chris Bosh arrived in Miami, Dwyane Wade wasn't receiving the attention he deserved. He had came out of the same 2003 draft and already had an accomplishment that each of those players could only dream of then: winning an NBA title.

James had come close a few times with an appearance in 2007 and the NBA's top regular season record in back-to-back seasons, while Bosh never even got past the second round.

Dwyane Wade however had already been to two Eastern Conference finals and played with some of the NBA's greatest players.

He received all the credit as a great team player when he became the immediate leader of the Heat during the postseason in his rookie year and he even got recognized as a fantastic individual player when he led his team back from the dead in the 2006 Finals.

Those four wins that he led the Heat to are regarded as some of the best displays of pure talent ever seen in an NBA finals before.

Then injuries started to pile up and it seemed that Wade's career could be over. His Heat team was swept in the first round of the post season the next year with Dwyane clearly hurt ...

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