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Video / Dec 3, 2010 / 4:30 pm

We Reminisce: Dwyane Wade’s career-high at Marquette

Because he wasn’t a five-star recruit in high school, and because he played for Marquette before they joined the Big East, Dwyane Wade‘s college career has been glossed over compared to peers like Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul. Most who do remember Wade in college immediately go to the triple-double he put up against Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament, but there was another career night for Wade that has been buried in the archives. In the game against Tulane his junior year highlighted here, Wade dropped a career-high 35 points.


How do you think D-Wade’s game has evolved since college?

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  • lee

    Lots of bank shots .. can’t say I’ve noticed that in his pro game.

  • tl

    what are you talking about dudes been doing that (bank shots) his whole nba career.

  • follow thru

    damn D-wade with those crazy bank shots…he’s the guard version of Timmy D.

  • snowfish

    He did it a lot that year the Heat went to the finals and won.

  • http://deleted dagwaller

    @ snowfish – nah, he did a lot of his patented move that year. You know, the one where he grabs the ball, rams into a bunch of people, waits for a whistle, and throws the ball up.

  • snowfish

    yea I’m sure he does get preferential treatment. But I think you misunderstood, as that wasn’t my point.

  • snowfish

    And to add on to that, I think Lebron does that “patented move” much more than Wade. At least Wade has some elegance to his game.