FATHER-SON GOALS: DWYANE WADE AND SON ZAIRE TAKE ON THE BASKETBALL COURT TOGETHER

"They Really Are The Duo"

He gets it from his father! Dwyane Wade’s son, Zaire Wade, recently hit the basketball court with his father, Dwyane Wade, and the game was complete fire.

“You yo daddy son,” Dwyane captioned underneath a picture of Zaire. The video clip of Zaire playing alongside his father certainly proves the caption as true. The way that the rising star maneuvers the court is so Dwyane Wade!

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Several fans commented on Zaire and Dwyane Wade’s duo ball playing. “They really are the duo,” one Instagram subscriber said. “They may play against one another too,” another social media follower proposed. It would be pretty cool to see Dwyane and his son playing in the NBA at the same time, wouldn’t it?

The celebrity father discussed his son’s rise in basketball during a 2016 interview. “He’s a kid,” Dwyane said at the time. “My son is not a kid like LeBron James was at 16. He’s not that. His body has not developed to that level. I’m actually glad because it allows him to develop later. He’s just a kid, and I want him to enjoy the game first before it becomes a business. It’s a fine line between them.”

Two years later, and Zaire Wade is still enjoying the game like any teenager should. Of course, the youngster pays more attention to his craft these days. Zaire is, after all, 16-years-old and preparing for the collegiate years.

Stay tuned for more Dwyane Wade family news!

Sarie

Sarie

Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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