Dwyane Wade
42yo| 6.4ft | 220lbs

Dwyane Tyrone Wade Jr. is an American professional basketball player who dons the jersey of Miami Heat in the NBA. As a professional basketball player, his body is definitely muscular. How tall could Dwyane Wade be? 

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I. Age, Height, Weight of Dwyane Wade

How tall is Dwyane Wade?

1. How old is Dwyane Wade?

  • Dwyane Wade's Age: 40 years old as of 2022

2. How tall is Dwyane Wade?

  • In centimeters: 193cm

  • In meters: 1.93m

  • In feet inches: 6’4’’

3. Dwyane Wade Weight

  • In kilogram: 100 kilograms

  • In Pound: 220 lb

4. Eye and Hair color 

  • Eye color: Dark Brown

  • Hair color: Black

II. Dwyane Wade Biography

Real name: Dwyane Tyrone Wade Jr.

Nick name: Wade, Flash, D-Wade, The Flash

Profession: Professional Basketball Player

Net Worth: 170 million USD

Dwyane Wade Biography

Wade's childhood was incredibly difficult because his parents divorced when he was only four months old and hadn't even learned to crawl. In the early years, he resided with his mother and her family. During that time, she used drugs frequently while her family was active in the gang scene. Wade remembers several police raids and, at a young age, even discovered dead bodies in a nearby trash can.

He was tricked into moving in with his father and stepmother when he was about eight years old by his older sister Tragil, who pretended they were going to the movies. Wade then focused on sports because he enjoyed both basketball and football. He admired Chicago-born Michael Jordan, a legendary basketball player. Wade names his sister as the person who had the biggest impact on how he lived his life and who also looked after him when he was a child.

III. Dwyane Wade Personal Life

  • Date of Birth: January 17, 1982

  • Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United States

  • Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

  • Nationality: American 

  • Hometown: Chicago, Illinois

  • Ethnicity: Black

  • Hobbies: Playing Sport

1. School 

  • Harold L. Richards High School

2. College

  • Marquette University

3. Education Qualification

  • Graduated

4. Major Controversies

  • With two careless tweets, Dwyane Wade almost destroyed his legacy.

IV. Dwyane Wade Family

  • Father Name:  Dwyane Wade, Sr.

  • Mother Name: Jolinda Wade

  • Brother Name:  Darnell McDaniel, Demetris McDaniel, Kodhmus McDaniel 

  • Sister name:  Tragil Wade, Deanna Wade

  • Wife / Husband Name: Siohvaughn Wade, Gabrielle Union

  • Children:  Zaire Blessing Dwyane,  Zion ‘Zaya’ Malachi Airamis Wade, Kaavia Union Wade 

Dwyane Wade Family

V. Dwyane Wade Favorite Things 

  • Food:  Chicken and mashed potatoes

  • Musical Artist : 50 Cent, Jay-Z, R. Kelly

  • NBA Team:  Growing Up,  Chicago Bulls

  • NBA Player:  Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen

  • NFL Team:  Chicago Bears

  • Movies : He Got Game (1998), Boomerang (1992), Love and Basketball (2000), Remember the Titans (2000)

  • Actor:  Omar Epps, Denzel Washington

  • Restaurants:  Home Run Inn Pizza, Harolds Chicken Shack, McDonald’s

  • Music: Rap, R&B

  • TV Show:  Knight Rider (1982-1986)

  • Place to Visit: Italy

VI. Dwyane Wade’s Wife, Lover and Other Relationships

Marital Status: Married


1. Siohvaughn Wade

dwyane wade and siohvaughn wade 


  • In centimeters: 167 cm

  • In meters: 1.67m

  • In feet inches: 5’6’’


  • In kilogram: 60 kilograms

  • In Pound: 132 lb

At Harold L. Richards High School, Wade first met Siohvaughn, with whom he started dating in 1992. The couple got married in February 2002, more than a year after becoming engaged in June 2001, after being together for nine years. In November 2007, Dwyane and Siohvaughn decided to end their difficult marriage. They obtained a divorce almost three years after they split up on June 25, 2010. The former couple is parents to a transgender girl named Zion 'Zaya' Malachi Airamis Wade and a son named Zaire Blessing Dwyane (born in February 2002). Siohvaughn charged Dwyane with pressuring daughter Zaya to change her name and gender for financial gain in November 2022.

2. Gabrielle Union

Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade 


  • In centimeters: 171 cm

  • In meters: 1.71m

  • In feet inches: 5’7’’


  • In kilogram: 57 kilograms

  • In Pound: 126 lb

D-Wade started dating the actress Gabrielle Union in October 2009. Because of Gabrielle's acting career, which resulted in an affair between her boyfriend Dwyane and Aja Metoyer, their relationship took a brief hiatus in 2011. Union later acknowledged that she had made a mistake by prioritizing her career over her relationship with D-Wade. After Dwyane's affair, the couple briefly got back together, and on December 21, 2013, two years later, they got engaged. Dwyane and Gabrielle tied the knot on August 30, 2014, in a ceremony that took place in Miami, Florida. Kaavia Union Wade, a daughter who was born to the couple via surrogacy on November 7, 2018, is their only child.

VII. Dwyane Wade Career and Legacy 

1. Dwyane Wade Qualification

Wade played for Tom Crean while attending Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He had a stellar college career, but because of his poor academic performance in his first year and the NCAA's Proposition 48 requirements, he was not permitted to play. 

He began competing for his college in the 2002–03 season, compiling 17.8 points per game while leading his team to a 26-7 record, their best since the 1993–94 campaign. He had an even better season the following year, averaging 21.5 points per game. With a 27-6 record, Marquette captured the Conference USA championship that year, their only one to date. 

As he was receiving considerable attention from the national media and was anticipated to have a high draft projection, Wade made the decision to forgo his senior year at Marquette.

2. Dwyane Wade Career

Miami Heat selected him with the fifth overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft. He had a strong beginning for the youth team, averaging 16.2 points per game, but he was overshadowed by LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony, "the-then rookies too." He did, however, earn a spot on the 2004 NBA All-Rookie team. 

By the 2004–05 season, he had established himself as a regular player on the squad. In the 2005–06 campaign, he won his first championship, recording the third-highest player scoring average (34.7 points) in his first NBA Finals. The fifth-youngest player to ever receive the NBA Finals MVP trophy, he was given it. 

Tragically, he missed as many as 31 games in a season due to injuries as we were going through a difficult injury phase. Wade made a comeback to play for the American Olympic team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics after a protracted recovery period. In the 2008–09 NBA season, he made a comeback after getting back in shape. He made history by becoming just the second player since Alvan Adams in the 1976–1977 season to score 40 points, dish out 10 assists, and block five shots in a single game. He continued to set records, becoming the first NBA player to finish with at least 2,000 points, 500 assists, 100 steals, and 100 blocks in a single season.

Dwyane Wade Career and Legacy

LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade formed the "Big Three" during the 2010–11 season when they joined the Miami Heat. In 2012 and 2013, the Heat won back-to-back championship titles. 

As Bosh and Wade re-signed with the Heat in 2014, James made the decision to join the Cleveland Cavaliers. The team, though, was only a faint echo of the "Big Three" era and failed to establish dominance. 

Wade chose to end his in 2015 and joined the Cavaliers the following season to play alongside LeBron James once more. However, due to a stretch of incredibly poor form, his two-year stint with the Cavaliers ended poorly. Wade made the choice to re-sign with the Miami Heat in 2018.

3. Dwyane Wade's Awards

  • He has won the NBA championship three times (in 2006, 2012, and 2013) and has appeared in 12 NBA All Star games. In 2009, he also won the NBA scoring championship.

VIII. 10+ Facts about Dwyane Wade 

  1. Wade admired Michael Jordan as a child. 

  2. Wade claimed that due to his mother's drug use and his family's gang affiliation, he had a very difficult upbringing. Additionally, he has seen dead bodies in a trash can close to his house and has been present during numerous police raids. 

  3. He lost both of his parents when he was 4 months old. They later got divorced. 

  4. The mother of D-Wade was sentenced to 23 months in prison after being accused of drug trafficking and other offenses. On March 5, 2003, she completed her sentence, and on March 8, she saw D-Wade's outstanding performance in the Conference USA regular-season championship match against Cincinnati, when he scored 26 points, pulled down 10 rebounds, and distributed five assists. 

  5. On the football team for his high school, he was a receiver. 

  6. The Miami Heat selected "Flash" with the fifth overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft. 

  7. He gave a performance at the 2006 All-Star Game and made the East's game-winning shot. 

  8. After averaging a huge 34.7 points per game in the finals, Wade was named 2006 NBA Finals MVP. 

  9. Dwyane added another year to his contract with the Heat on July 10, 2015. He had a 20 million dollar deal. 

  10. D-Wade joined the Chicago Bulls on July 6, 2016, and on July 15 signed a two-year, $47.5 million contract. 

  11. He participated in the 2006 FIBA World Championship in Japan for the USA national team. The Americans could only take home the bronze medal after falling short in the semifinals. 

  12. Due to knee surgery, he was unable to participate in the London 2012 Olympic Games.


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