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Dwyane Wade is set to make his Tuesday night debut with NBA on TNT. The retired Miami Heat player has branched out into the broadcasting world and his cast members are welcoming him to the team in the nicest way possible: by roasting him online in front of millions of people. 

Back in October, Wade and TNT made their new partnership public to the basketball world.

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The world continues to attempt to process the news that broke Sunday afternoon, that Kobe Bryant passed away at 41 years of age. In the wake of the tragedy involving Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Shaquille O'Neal, and many more Florida sports figures have posted their heartfelt reactions online.

Bryant and daughter Gianna, 13, were among the victims of a helicopter crash in the Calabasas area of California Sunday afternoon. Kobe is survived by his wife Vanessa and three daughters. 

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It's no secret that the Wade/Union fam is slayin' it lately. From their foundation supporting education, health, and social skills for children in at-risk communities, to product partnerships and business ventures, they're still on the up despite his retirement from the Miami Heat. Money moves aside, Dwyane Wade's interview on All The Smoke's podcast proves he's a down-to-earth-dude.

In the just over an hour-long session on Showtime's basketball podcast, Dwyane got together with fellow ex ballers Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson to discuss everything from The Heat to his passions, and even his kids.

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Dwyane Wade is enjoying this NBA season from an entirely different perspective than he is used to. After a long and successful career, the future Hall of Famer hung up his laces last year, but that doesn't stop him from playing the game of success. From magazine spreads with Gabrielle Union to unveiling his own clothing line, he seems to be leaning into retirement just fine — Dwyane Wade is even playfully trolling old teammates in Instagram posts.

Thursday afternoon the three-time NBA champ posted an image of the Golden State Warriors' D'Angelo Russell posterizing long-time friend & "Heatles" brother LeBron James.

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