“Look, you are talking to a guy that played 18 years for one organization,” said TNT’s Reggie Miller. “For Dwyane Wade, he will always be the face of the Miami Heat, bringing them their first championship and willing them on his back vs. the Dallas Mavericks.”
“Look, you are talking to a guy that played 18 years for one organization,” said TNT’s Reggie Miller. “For Dwyane Wade, he will always be the face of the Miami Heat, bringing them their first championship and willing them on his back vs. the Dallas Mavericks.” Charles Rex Arbogast AP
“Look, you are talking to a guy that played 18 years for one organization,” said TNT’s Reggie Miller. “For Dwyane Wade, he will always be the face of the Miami Heat, bringing them their first championship and willing them on his back vs. the Dallas Mavericks.” Charles Rex Arbogast AP
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