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    “With the 5th pick in the 2003 NBA draft, the Miami Heat select Dwyane Wade from Marquette University.” 2003 was a clean start for the Miami Heat after selecting Dwyane Wade. When you hear the name Dwyane Wade, the first place you will always think of is Miami without a doubt. The legacy, and joy Wade has left in this city will be eternally remembered. The exhausting, yet happy morning after having your basketball team win a championship is the feeling Dwyane Wade made sure each and every one of felt at least 3 times while he played for Miami. June 20th, 2006 is a date any Miami Heat fan will remember for a very long time. It was on this day that the Miami Heat won their very first championship thanks to your very own, Dwyane Wade. Alongside many other great players which are current Hall of Famers, Dwyane…

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    He is my favorite basketball player on the Miami Heat. He is going to go down has one of the greatest players of all time. Luckily, I have gotten the chance to see him play live. On the court he is an exceptional leader. He is teaching and guiding the younger players in the right direction. He knows that without him the team would be nothing and without the surrounding players he wouldn’t be Dwyane Wade. Both the servant-leader and the people around him play a huge role in achieving their…

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    realize just how terrific Butler has been, largely due to the presence of Derrick Rose. With Rose gone, Butler is the sole face of the franchise (even with the presence of Dwyane Wade). Butler’s usage percentage and overall numbers will see a slight increase this season. Anything less than an All-Star game appearance and an All-NBA Third Team appearance would be disappointing in my eyes. 4. Dwyane Wade- Chicago Bulls The sight of Dwayne Wade in a Chicago Bulls uniform and not a Miami Heat…

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    Dwyane Wade has finally ended rumors and speculations about the Cavaliers and Denver Nuggets. SB Nation reported earlier that Wade will sign with the Chicago Bulls this offseason! After a long and stressful free agency period, which resulted in many failed negotiations and lot of rumors, Wade has finally reached his decision, to sign with his hometown Chicago. The decision must not have been easy for Wade as he had drawn too much buzz and attention from various NBA teams, and some of them were…

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    Growing up in the world of sports, I had a variety of childhood heroes that I looked up too. For me, those childhood heroes were Dwyane Wade and Lebron James. These two phenomenal up and coming NBA athletes, took the league and world by storm when entering in 2003. Each has collected their fair-share of accolades and trophies. From NBA championships, to NBA scoring leaders or NBA first all-Rookie team, both of these individuals have dominated the sport of basketball for over a decade. Although,…

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    two championships in Miami, Lebron James returned home. “Forget the burned jerseys. Never mind The Letter. LeBron James won titles in Miami but his heart was in Cleveland, and he's ready to go home.” (Jason Hanna) “ In Northeast Ohio, nothing is given," James said. "Everything is earned. You work for what you have. I'm ready to accept the challenge. I'm coming home.” (Matthew Florjancic) “James didn't apologize for leaving Cleveland four years ago; as he wrote, "If I had to do it all over again,…

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    Nowadays, when somebody talks about their favorite NBA Basketball player , Kobe Bryant and Lebron James are always the top two that come up in such conversations. These conversations are brought up because of their remarkable performances since the start of their basketball careers from a young kid to the professionals. Kobe Bryant plays as a 6 feet 6 inch shooting guard for the Los Angeles Lakers and Lebron James plays as a 6 feet 8 inch small forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers and is…

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    LeBron Raymone James, current player for the Cleveland Cavaliers, was born in Ohio in 1984. His fame and attention started in his high school years when he was the top player on the court. His unique skills combined with size, athleticism and court vision helped him become one of the premier players in the NBA. He started his professional basketball career when he was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2003. He played with the Cavaliers from 2003 to 2009/10 after which he joined with the…

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    People may not praise the king, but credit should be where credit is due. Lebron James also known as “King James” is one of the best basketball players in the world. He has achieved many things that people never thought anyone could achieve. Lebron has done it all, he has won championship rings, finals MVP, and also the league MVP four times. Most people might say that Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, and Paul George are better than Lebron, but I like to disagree with that. There are several reasons…

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    Roe Vs Wade Research Paper

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    Roe v. Wade was the Supreme Court case that led to the legalization of abortion in the United States. By the time Roe v. Wade was introduced, abortion had seemed to be a settled social issue in America. However, by the 1960’s, political factions and campaigns were rising up and stirring the waters of reproductive rights. Abortion had changed during the courses of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, becoming a private practice of the people to a great political divide. Abortion was actually…

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