2012-13: 20.7 ppg, 4.6 apg, 4.6 rpg, 1.4 spg, 51 FG%

Many are quick to write off Dwyane Wade as another great player to make his separate strides in the league, but he’s much more than that. The slashing Wade is finally seeing signs of aging now in his tenth year, despite making the All Star team for the ninth-straight season. It’s hard to pen Wade into simple words. In his early years, he was respected as one of the best guards in the NBA that could cut into the lane for an and1 or a highlight flush. On the other side of the court he’s also recognized as one of the best guards to block shots and come through with crucial steals. Wade has carried out one of the best step-back crossovers in the league--a move that has left many defenders in the dust to his smooth jumper. The…

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