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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | May 4, 2004
MIAMI - For a few seconds during Game 5 of the playoff series between the Miami Heat and New Orleans Hornets, it felt like everyone in AmericanAirlines Arena was holding their breath. Less than a minute remained, the shot clock was ticking down, and Miami and New Orleans were fighting for their playoff lives. The score was tied 80-80, and the ball was headed toward Heat rookie Dwyane Wade, who was standing all alone in the corner. Wade didn't have time to think, much less set his feet, so, in one fluid motion, he snagged a pass from teammate Lamar Odom and flipped a high-arcing three-pointer toward the basket.
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August 19, 2010
Dwyane Wade knows what he's going to hear for the next few days while he's in Chicago: So, why didn't you pick the Bulls? "I expect to hear that for a while," Wade told The Associated Press on Wednesday from Chicago, where his Wade's World Foundation will hold events involving more than 1,000 children this weekend. "Whatever jersey I'm wearing, I'm still here," said Wade, who met with the Bulls twice before re-signing with the Heat. "I'm still in the community. … It had nothing to do with Chicago.
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By RAY FRAGER | April 22, 2009
8 p.m. [TNT] Atlanta made Miami look like Dwyane Wade (left) and four other guys in a 26-point victory in Game 1. But the Hawks aren't already looking ahead to the next round. Hawks forward Marvin Williams told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Don't be a fool, man. Win or lose, it's just one game in a seven-game series. ... They're not going to just roll over and die because of one game."
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December 22, 2009
Signed, sealed, delivered Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel Can it be anyone other than Kobe "Nine Fingers" Bryant? The best player on the best team. Case closed. Already, Bryant has the season's signature moment with his off-balance 3-pointer against Dwyane Wade and the Heat. Otherwise, you have Carmelo Anthony, who has had some of his best performances in losses, taking the word "valuable" somewhat out of the equation. Then there's LeBron James, who is struggling under the weight of having to carry Shaquille O'Neal.
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November 18, 2008
1 Milder 'Cats: Kentucky at North Carolina (9 p.m., ESPN) used to be the kind of college basketball matchup you would circle on the calendar, but even injured, the Tar Heels look to be too much. 2 Heat is on: The Wizards have at least gotten that first win, but now comes the Heat to town (7 p.m., Comcast SportsNet) with Dwyane Wade (left) and Michael Beasley. 3 Happy feet?: Youngstown State at Maryland in men's basketball (7 p.m.): Who wins between a Penguin and a Turtle? The animal world is on edge.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2003
MINNEAPOLIS - In a Midwest Regional mostly bereft of stars, an exception - Marquette's Dwyane Wade - stood in one of the locker rooms at the Metrodome yesterday. The father of a 1-year-old boy and husband of his high school sweetheart wore a yellow sweat shirt and a look of bemusement at the notion that he might want to be more selfish on the court. "It's not always for me to take over," said Wade, a junior swingman who is averaging 21.3 points for the third-seeded Golden Eagles, who will play No. 2 seed Pittsburgh tonight.
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By MILTON KENT | April 4, 2004
You'd hardly know it to watch him, but there was a time early this season when Miami Heat point guard Dwyane Wade had trouble moving his teammates around. Considering that's what point guards do, Wade had a bit of a problem and, in turn, so did the Heat, which stumbled to an 0-7 start. "At the beginning of the year, it was tough. I really didn't want to tell guys to do something," Wade said. "Now, you have to earn the respect of your teammates and I think I've done that, so I have no problem doing it now. Once you get the respect of your teammates, and they know the kind of player you are and person you are, and that you're not saying anything that would be wrong for them, they'll listen and I have done that."
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By DAVID STEELE | July 2, 2006
Sam Cassell stretched out his hands, the ones that held the imaginary torch. "It's passed," Cassell said with the smile that still can't be mistaken for any other. "Here it is, 'Melo, here it is." Carmelo Anthony wasn't standing right there to physically accept what Cassell was handing him. In reality, Anthony already had taken it, and the sea of humanity swarming all over the Cloverdale courts yesterday was proof. It was Anthony's second annual Melo's HOOD (Holding Our Own Destiny) three-on-three basketball tournament and family day, and Cassell, who completed the Baltimore-to-NBA journey a decade before Anthony, was there to pay homage.
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By Gary Lambrecht | April 5, 2003
Tonight's first game What: NCAA tournament semifinal. Site: Superdome, New Orleans. Time: 6:07. TV: Chs. 13, 9. Line: Kansas by 4 1/2 . The teams Kansas: No. 2 seed, 29-7; won West Regional by beating No. 3 seed Duke, 69-65, in the semifinals and No. 1 seed Arizona, 78-75, in the title game; 32nd NCAA tournament appearance. Marquette: No. 3 seed, 27-5; won Midwest Regional by beating No. 4 seed Pitt, 77-74, and No. 1 seed Kentucky, 83-69, in the title game; 23rd NCAA tournament appearance.
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April 27, 2009
1 Softball: showdown: In what could have the makings of an instant classic, No. 1 Broadneck travels to No. 4 Arundel. 2 Heating up: The world champion Phillies pounded the Marlins over the weekend and have the Nationals coming to Philadelphia (7 p.m., MASN). 3 Back on track?: The Orioles got a much-needed win Sunday. Can they split the four-game series with the Rangers by winning tonight (7, MASN2)? 4 Hockey, eh?: The Anaheim Ducks and San Jose Sharks square off in Game 6 of their Western Conference playoff series (10:30 p.m., Versus)
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By RAY FRAGER | April 22, 2009
8 p.m. [TNT] Atlanta made Miami look like Dwyane Wade (left) and four other guys in a 26-point victory in Game 1. But the Hawks aren't already looking ahead to the next round. Hawks forward Marvin Williams told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Don't be a fool, man. Win or lose, it's just one game in a seven-game series. ... They're not going to just roll over and die because of one game."
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By DAVID STEELE | July 2, 2006
Sam Cassell stretched out his hands, the ones that held the imaginary torch. "It's passed," Cassell said with the smile that still can't be mistaken for any other. "Here it is, 'Melo, here it is." Carmelo Anthony wasn't standing right there to physically accept what Cassell was handing him. In reality, Anthony already had taken it, and the sea of humanity swarming all over the Cloverdale courts yesterday was proof. It was Anthony's second annual Melo's HOOD (Holding Our Own Destiny) three-on-three basketball tournament and family day, and Cassell, who completed the Baltimore-to-NBA journey a decade before Anthony, was there to pay homage.
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By DAVID STEELE | May 13, 2005
WASHINGTON - Eddie Jordan saw the warning signs from a distance, even though he didn't know for sure exactly what damage had awaited him. An hour before tipoff at MCI Center last night, the Washington Wizards coach didn't know if his team would have to deal with Shaquille O'Neal. But he did know that O'Neal wasn't going to be the only Heat player making his strategizing a thoroughly miserable task. Shaq, Jordan pointed out, was one of "five or six" players in the league capable of doing that.
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