Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade crumble on big stage, but why?
Then his running buddy Dwyane Wade goes 2-for-13 and scores five points last night in Game 3. And of course has words with his coach on the sidelines. Kobe Bryant is flat down the stretch two nights ago but where is the help from Andrew Bynum and Pau
Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade are lost. And they're running out of time. Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers fell behind early Thursday and never recovered, losing 105-88 to the San Antonio Spurs, who seized a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference second-round
The Indiana Pacers were doing all of that. "They wanted to be like the Dallas Mavericks and celebrate one win," an apparently annoyed Dwyane Wade said. Hmmm the guess here is that Wade was referring to the 2006
Dwyane Wade is having one of the worst games of his career, and he appears to have made matters even worse by yelling at his own coach on the sidelines. The Heat star, who is 1-10 from the field and isn't giving much of
Dwyane Wade missed a layup with 16 seconds that would have tied the game. And Mario Chalmers missed a potential game-tying three-pointer just before time expired. "It's the best time of year for sports fans, the playoffs; if you're a sports fan,