The rise of Dwayne Wade

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Dwayne Wade will go down in history as one of the best shooting guards in the NBA. During his career, he won three titles, and was Finals MVP for the first championship.

His performance in the 2006 Finals is legendary, as he single-handedly helped the Miami Heat erase 2-0 series deficit, and win 4-2.

Despite being a great player, the biggest strength of Dwayne Wade is his ability to share the floor and the spotlight with another star. He played with Shaq when he won his first title, and then with Lebron for his second and third title.

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