Miami, FL – Future Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade is wrapping up a storied profession on the finish of the 2018-2019 NBA season. The 2006 NBA Finals MVP might play his closing sport in April if his Miami Heat (at present the eighth seed within the Eastern Conference) don’t make the playoffs.
With Wade’s swan tune rapidly approaching its conclusion, the three-time NBA champion sat down with ESPN’s The Undefeated to replicate on his impending retirement. During the dialog, journalist Justin Tinsley had some enjoyable with Wade by asking the celebrated taking pictures guard concerning the many rappers (everybody from Kendrick Lamar to LL Cool J) who’ve referenced him in lyrics.
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#MyLatest — Bucket list dreams turned reality here. I went down to Miami last month and sat down with @dwyanewade for an interview that’s in the current issue of ESPN The Magazine. There’s even bigger things in the works in the coming weeks, too. But this was one of those, “Yeah, this is dope” moments. One of those I’ll take with me for the rest of my life. Sitting in the @miamiheat’s locker room with a future Hall of Famer chopping it up about everything from his last season, why taking paternity leave was important for him, being comfortable with not really knowing what’s next, the joy he sees in his wife @gabunion (who put us in our place 😂😂) experience motherhood with their daughter and why he’s still in shock his name is mentioned with Michael Jordan and @kobebryant as the greatest shooting guards ever — I think calling it a “blessing” would be an understatement. D-Wade is, by far, one of the coolest people I’ve ever interviewed in part because it never felt like an interview. And you can’t take that energy for granted. Life changes a lot in five years. Thankfully, in many ways, it’s been for the better. 🔄 Hit the #linkinbio and/or stories. Go grab a copy too!
With Tinsley’s assist, Wade picked out three lyrics that caught with him over time. Fellow Chicago native Kanye West was the one which stood out most to the Miami Heat star. Lines by Drake and Lil Wayne additionally emerged as notable references to spherical out his Top three.
Check out Wade’s picks beneath.
“In two years Dwayne Wayne grew to become Dwyane Wade” – Kanye West on “The Glory” (2008)
“I ain’t worrying ’bout shit, every part paid out/You might catch me courtside in Dwyane Wade home” – Lil Wayne on “I Don’t Like The Look of It” (2010)
“Trying to get pleasure from myself with Tez in Miami on the sport/I simply want he knew how a lot it actually weighed like Dwyane” – Drake on “The Calm” (2009)