Heat star Wade was inducted into the 2023 Hall of Fame.

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[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has officially announced the 2023 inductees. Among them, Dwyane Wade, who is the strongest star of the Heat in modern times, is also on the list. Hiding joy, he generously praised Wei De's selection as a well-deserved one.

Even in the "Golden 03 Ladder" full of talents, Wade is still quite dazzling. He was selected by the Heat with the fifth overall pick in the first round. He nodded and was willing to cut his salary and renew his contract, just to make room for the team to reinforce. He has always been one of the representatives of the league's "loyal" players. Although he still chose to leave for a season and a half because he was not respected, he still chose Come back to the Miami Fallen Leaves to return to your roots and complete your retirement journey.

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Spread out the 16 seasons of Wade's career, three championships, one finals MVP, one scoring champion, one Olympic gold medal, 8 times selected to the best team and 11 times selected to the All-Star Game, in addition to countless honors and Milestone, accumulated 23,165 points, averaged 22 points, 4.7 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game. Such a brilliant achievement was also considered by Riley that being selected into the Hall of Fame is a well-deserved honor.

And Wade himself also updated his IG limited-time dynamics immediately, sharing the joy of becoming a member of the Hall of Fame, and even called this a basketball paradise.

James, a good friend for many years, also immediately sent his blessings, saying, "Congratulations my brother! This is what it should be!"

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