LeBron James, the renowned Lakers player, recently posted a sentimental moment on social media with his ex-Heat teammate and basketball legend, Dwyane Wade. This gesture was made in honor of Wade’s upcoming induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, set to take place on Saturday.
In an Instagram post, LeBron James expressed his excitement and pride for his brother Dwayne Wade’s induction into the HOF. He congratulated him, calling him a “bad man” and expressing his amazement at seeing the kid from Robbins, IL now in the Hall of Fame. He ended the post with words of love and support for his dear friend and fellow athlete.
James, Wade, and Bosh played together for four years in South Beach from 2010 to 2014. The announcement of James, a 19-time All-Star, that he was moving to Miami was widely known. The trio achieved great success during this period, making four NBA Finals appearances from 2011 to 2014 and winning twice against the Thunder and Spurs.
According to Nadkarni, Dwyane Wade revealed that he felt like he was at his peak during the 2006 NBA Finals. Having played for 16 seasons, with 14 of them being in Miami, Wade has an impressive record. At 41 years old, he is entering the Hall of Fame as a three-time NBA champion, a 13-time All-Star, an eight-time All-NBA player, and also holds the record for points (21,556), assists (5,310), steals (1,492), and games played (948) for Miami.