Miami Heat basketball star Dwyane Wade is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Out Magazine. Here’s but Rolling Out had to say about Dweezy in their February 4th issue, on stands now:

In this week’s edition of Rolling Out Magazine, Dwayne Wade divulges on how his competitive nature led to success and gave him the opportunity to help others. The six-time NBA All-Star also shares his thoughts on the escalation of teen violence in his hometown Chicago and provides insight on becoming an endorser for brand Jordan.

Dwyane Wade is the most improbable superstar in the NBA. Unlike Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwight Howard and Carmelo Anthony, Wade was not a nationally recognized phenom during his high school basketball career. In fact, it took Wade two years to earn a spot on his high school’s varsity basketball team. He was not drafted out of high school like Bryant, James and Howard, and his college team did not win a NCAA national championship like Anthony’s. But Wade has essentially worked the hardest to position himself among the NBA’s most elite players. For more information and behind-the-scenes on the Dwayne Wade story, log onto

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