Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade No Longer In Good Standings With NBA Officials

November 23rd, 2010 by Bhemis Parks Leave a reply »
When Dwyane Wade envisioned teaming up with LeBron James and Chris Bosh, I’m sure easier opportunities were at the top of his “pros and cons” list. What probably wasn’t on his list was NBA officials ignoring obvious fouls by defenders.

For Dwyane Wade, NBA officials have made it clear that he is no longer in high favors.

This extremely noticeable and distasteful trend that is developing is stating Dwyane Wade will no-longer receive what is often known as “super-star-treatment.”

The results have already yielded four of the worst games in Wade’s illustrious career. Keep in mind that his Miami Heat team has only played 14 games.


Wade Has Reason to Be Upset

Only 13 games into the season for Dwyane Wade and he has already had six games where he has received six or fewer free throw attempts. That’s 46-percent of his games so far this season.

Last year, Wade only had the feat happen 17 times, which accounted for 22-percent of his games. Of those 17 games, nine were games where he played 33 minutes or less.

In the six games this season, he ...

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