Dwyane Wade vs. Lebron James

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Dwyane Wade vs. LeBron James
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James are both basketball players in the NBA, and Both players grew up idolizing Michael Jordan. LeBron used to watch Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, and now he wears number 23 because of Michael Jordan. Dwyane Wade grew up in Chicago, Michael Jordan’s city. Both players have achieved lots in the NBA. Wade and LeBron both have experienced success in the NBA and in their early years. Dywane Wade’s nicknames are “Flash” and “D-Wade”. Wade stands at 6ft 4in and weighs 216lbs. He is a shooting guard who is capable of playing the point, and often does late in games. He is one of the quickest and hardest to guard players in the NBA. He has mastered the “Freeze Fake”, which is when a player pump fakes, waits for the player to commit and then jump up into the player to draw the foul. Wade has also established himself as one of the best clutch players in the NBA. One of his greatest strengths is getting to the rim and finishing, sometimes after mid-air collisions. One of his greatest weaknesses is his three-point range. Due to his style of play he has been injured a lot and in the past two years he has had surgery on his knee and his shoulder. LeBron James is commonly referred to as “King James”. He stands at 6ft 9in and weighs 260lbs. James is a small forward who can also play point guard and like Wade, he often does late in games. LeBron is known for his size and speed. He can finish around the rim with both hands. Like Wade, James is also very good at finishing after contact and the last couple of years he has led the league in traditional three-point plays. Also like Wade, LeBron Can struggle with the three-point shot In high school both players were great, but LeBron James stood above all. He played at St. Vincent St. Mary High School At Akron, Ohio. In his senior year he led his team to a third straight state title. He average 31.6 ppg or points per game, 9.6 rpg or rebounds per game, and 4.6 apg or assists per...
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