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was named 2006 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated.
NBA career highlights
- NBA championship with the Miami Heat: 2006
- NBA Finals MVP: 2006
- 2-time NBA All-Star: 2005, 2006
- 2-time All-NBA:
- NBA All-Rookie Team: 2004
- NBA All-Star Skills Challenge Champion 2006
- Third in free throws made per game (8.4): 2006
- Fifth in points per game (27.2): 2006
- Tenth in assists per game (6.7): 2006
- Sixth in steals per game (1.95): 2006
- One of two players in 2005-06 (along with the Denver
Allen Iverson) who were in the top ten in points, assists and steals
- Second player of the 2003 NBA Draft class to win an NBA
- Bronze medal winner with team USA basketball at the 2004
Olympics in Athens, Greece.
- Bronze medal winner with team USA basketball at the 2006
FIBA World Championships.
- 2006 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year. Wade is the
fifth NBA player to be named Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year
joining Bill Russell (1968), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1985), Michael Jordan
(1991), Tim Duncan, and David Robinson (2003). He is also the youngest
player on the NBA/SI Sportsman list
- One of only seven players in NBA history to average
25 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists
while shooting 50% or more from the field in a playoff series
(the others are Bob Cousy, Oscar Robertson, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry
Magic Johnson, and Michael Jordan). Wade accomplished this in two
consecutive series in the 2005 playoffs.
- In 2005 joined Wilt Chamberlain, Magic Johnson, and
Allen Iverson as the only players ever to record games of 40+ points,
10+ rebounds, and 15+ assists in the same playoff season.
- Holds the record for being the only player in NBA history
to ever average at least 30 points on 69.5 field goal
percentage for four consecutive NBA playoff series games
(5/23/06-5/29/06). The last record was held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with
63%. Wade accomplished it with less than 20 field goal attempts per
- One of five youngest players (alongside Magic
Johnson and Rick Barry) in NBA history to score at least 40
points in an NBA finals game. Wade did it twice in the same series
with a 42-point performance in game 3 and a 43-point
performance in game 5.
- Holds the NBA record for most postseason points
scored over the first three years in the league (1,272). And is one of
only 4 players (Baylor, West, Abdul-Jabbar) to score at least 1,000.
- Holds the NBA record for most free throws made in an
NBA Finals game with 21. (June 18th, 2006 vs. Dallas Mavericks)
- Holds the NBA record for most free throws made in a
six-game NBA Finals series with 75.  
- Holds the NBA record for most free throws attempted
in a six-game NBA Finals series with 97.  
- Holds the NBA record for being the youngest player
to score over 1000 points in the post season.
- Third best (behind Allen Iverson, and Jerry West) first NBA
finals appearance points per game with 34.7
- One of five NBA players to have at least 35 points,
10 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals, 3
blocks, and 50% shooting accuracy (10/18 field goals) in an
NBA finals close-out game.
- One of five players (Also one of the youngest) to have at
least 40 points and 10 rebounds in an NBA finals game. Wade
accomplished this feat with 42 points and 13 rebounds.
- One of 4 players (behind Jerry West) to have 35 or more
points in four NBA finals games. Wade did so with 42, 36,
43, and 36 in 4 consecutive games against the
Dallas Mavericks-all wins.
- Fourth youngest (Behind Magic Johnson, Tim Duncan, and
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) player to win the NBA Finals MVP (24
- Fifth player in NBA history with at least 30 points,
15 assists and 5 rebounds in a playoff game
(5/10/05 vs. WAS). The others are Magic Johnson, Jerry West, Walt
Frazier and Oscar Robertson.
- One of four players in NBA history to have at least 30
points and 12 assists in three consecutive games
(November 24-27, 2006). The others are Oscar Robertson, Nate Archibald,
and Kevin Johnson. 
Dwyane Tyrone Wade, Jr.
(born January 17, 1982) is an All-star basketball player, in the
National Basketball Association.
He is nicknamed "Flash"
His name is commonly spelled as
Despite the unorthodox
spelling, Wade's first name is pronounced as Dwayne; often in
print media, it is misspelled as such.