Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade is a superstar of the NBA. Born in Chicago, he idolized Bulls star Michael Jordan. Wade’s talent with the basketball wasn’t obvious in his youth. However, in high school, he became determined to master the skills and strategy he’d need to succeed as a professional athlete. Following Wade’s career from his NCAA years to his hard-earned NBA records, this book examines how the star overcame obstacles to achieve dazzling success on the court.
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