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WADE LOSING A STEP?

Charles believes that Dwyane Wade has taken too many falls and has lost a step.

5 Comments

  1. Bev says:

    Charles, I think your comments on D-Wade were too critical.

  2. Joe says:

    Chuck. You have been hating on DWade for a while now…is it a TMobile thing? I can accept honest opinions..but you also said that DWade gets too much credit for his 2006 Finals performance..which was historic!…I know you are ringless and he has 2 and counting and it bothers you..but deal with it Chuck. He is more accomplished than you in his 9th year….and he will end up with 5 rings to your none.

    It is what it is….turrible for you…

    Joe from the Boogie Down Bronx…

  3. DW says:

    hi, charl… I think the real problem with the heat is the have to play VS too big team.. and the manager wants to play small…..small defender can not stop DW…… but big and speed defender can…….the reason that miami is having problem is not DW is the manager… he has big man and some of them has not play 1 minute yet??????

  4. that guy says:

    wade is just adjusting relax…………

  5. Corey says:

    Charles if it wans’t for Wade,Alonzo Morning,and UDonis Haslem we would not have won our first title in 2006. Yeah we had Shaq,but when it came down to crunch time theses three players step up big for that 2006 championship team. Also charles if wade didn’t get injured in that detroit series the year before in 2005 Wade would have three rings now. Ask shaq???

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