D Wade reenacts Air Bud with a dolphin

By Joe Boozell

The sequel to the multiple sequels of “Air Bud”, perhaps? After putting the finishing touches on a new deal to stay in Miami, Dwyane Wade finally has some time to himself. So D Wade decided to hit up the zoo, and this happened:

With the loss of LeBron James, apparently the Heat are exhausting all possible methods of bringing in outside talent.



  1. BB Fan says:

    Love this Man!!!!!!!!

    Always knew there was a reason fans cheered loudest in the Arena at the games when D Wade was announced!! :)

  2. lolheat says:

    Signing this outside talent may bring the Heat back into the top 5 of the power rankings, if not at least the top 10.

  3. OKC says:

    That dolphin can jump out of the gym! Good pick up Riley.

  4. Noel says:

    Is he a ball hogger? if not, I don’t think he can replace Lebron.

  5. Bob Ellison says:

    Sign him!!!

  6. Orlando says:

    Great way to relax DWade !!!! I need you to bring back the DWade off 2006 and come and kick some ?

  7. lol i hope for a good season for D wade and c Bosh

  8. dinel says:

    How is it witout Bosh and LeBRON?

  9. Smart As* says:

    Haha, nice article. Made me smile a bit :)

  10. Buddy says:


  11. Michael Ciro Betila says:

    Haha. Nothing beats the love of the game and the will to win.

  12. Darwin says:

    Go go go heat , Wade is the heart of miami’s competency. But sooner wade will retire 2 years from now due to knee injury and by that time the contract of lebron to cavaliers will be over. Lebron will mentor wiggins for 2 years and will be back to miami to grab a huge offer that resulted from wade’s retirement.

  13. dfella504 says:

    we str8 in miami…this has always been wade’s team it will forever be his team….LET’S GO HEAT!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. TURSETTE says:

    granger, bosh, and wade are in miami. why worry like charlotte?

  15. Exiled says:

    Harden found a golden fish to replace Parson too

  16. lbj says:

    Reenacting Air Bud with a dolphin will not gives you any ring, you need to come to Cleveland and play with the King “Lebron” we can trade future hall of fame guard Dion Waiters and no. 1 pick Anthony Bennett.

  17. Johnny Five says:

    Is that the Miami Metrozoo or the Miami Seaquarium? I don’t think the zoo has dolphins.

  18. Abhay Kaushik says:

    D Wade giving a little time to himself is a great idea because after LeBron left Wade might have felt a little bad and of course a little lonely. So, whats better than meeting an animal that would play with you more than your teammate would for your happiness more than a title. Not to degrade LeBron or blame him but if a team reaches the NBA Finals not once not twice but three times then there’s possibly nothing that you can be doing wrong. LeBron might have made a good decision for himself and the Cavs but not for the Heat but what Wade is doing is nothing short of what anybody else would have done for the recollection and the reformation of an impeccable team and its leader.Go LeBron,Go Wade,Go Cavs,Go Heat.

  19. GodSaveTheKing says:

    “With the loss of LeBron James, apparently the Heat are exhausting all possible methods of bringing in outside talent.”

    Poor DW, you will miss that man hahahah

  20. reality says:

    Is this seriously an article?

  21. Grace says:

    Hmm is anyone else encountering problems with the images on this blog loading?
    I’m trying to determine if its a problem on my end or if it’s the blog.
    Any feed-back would be greatly appreciated.

  22. Big Al says:

    Might be better than playing with a $118 million dinosaur, hahahahahaha!

  23. Scientific Gangsta says:

    is this from one of his “notes to himself”?
    because i’m still waiting for the one for kevin durant.

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