The player seen as the Miami Heat’s best player in franchise history now belongs to the ages – inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts on Saturday.
Former NBA star Allen Iverson presented Dwyane Wade into that pantheon of players.
Wade spent 14 of his 16 seasons in the NBA with the Heat and in that time won three NBA titles, was named MVP of the 2006 Finals and made the All-Star team 13 times.
The Heat’s No. 3 – whose jersey was retired in 2020 – became the seventh player in team history to get the honor.