Dwyane Wade has won 3 NBA Championship ring in 2006, 2012 and 2013 playing for the Miami heat.
After a successful college basketball career with the Marquette Golden Eagles, including leading the team to the Final Four in 2003, Wade was drafted fifth overall in the 2003 NBA draft by the Heat.
In his third season, Dwayne Wade led the Miami Heat to their first NBA Championship and was named the 2006 NBA Finals MVP.
At the 2008 Summer Olympics, Wade led the United States men’s basketball team, commonly known as the “Redeem Team”, in scoring and helped them capture the gold medal.
In the 2008–09 season, Wade led the league in both total points (2,386) and points per game (30.2), the latter stat earning him his sole NBA scoring title.
Furthermore, Dwayne Wade was selected as the NBA All-Star Game MVP in 2010. With LeBron James and Chris Bosh, Wade helped guide Miami to four consecutive NBA Finals from 2011 to 2014, and won back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013.
Dwyane Wade 2006 NBA Championship Ring
In the summer of 2005, Pat Riley brought in veteran free agent Gary Payton from the Boston Celtics, and also brought in James Posey, Jason Williams and Antoine Walker via trades.
After a disappointing 11–10 start to the 2005–06 season, Riley relieved Van Gundy of his duties and took back the head coaching job.
The Heat made it to the Conference Finals in 2006 and in a re-match, defeated the Detroit Pistons, winning the series 4–2.
Making its first NBA Finals appearance, they played the Dallas Mavericks, who won the first two games in Dallas in routs.
The Heat then won the next four games, capturing its first-ever NBA Championship Ring. Also, Dwyane Wade won the Finals MVP award.
This was the first NBA Championship ring won by the Franchise. Also the first NBA Championship ring won by Dwyane Wade. Fourth NBA Championship ring won by Shaquille O’Neal.
2012 Miami Heat Championship Ring
After the second NBA Lockout ended, the Heat signed veteran Shane Battier. In the shortened 2011–12 season, the Miami Heat started 27–7.
However they would struggle for the second half of the season, going 19–13. The Heat finished 46–20, earning the second seed in the East for the NBA playoffs.
Entering the first round, they took a 3–0 lead against the New York Knicks but like their previous series with the Sixers, were not able to close them out in Game 4.
A victory in Game 5 ultimately defeated New York and the Heat advanced to the second round versus the Indiana Pacers.
After losing Game 2 at home and Game 3 at Indiana, many criticized Dwyane Wade’s lackluster performance in Game 3.
Thus, bringing attention to the fact that he got into a verbal argument with Spoelstra.
However, with Wade visiting his former college coach, the team defeated the Pacers in the next three games, to close out the Pacers.
They met the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, taking the first two games before losing the next three, including one home loss where Bosh returned from injury.
On June 7 they won on the road at Boston beating the Celtics 98–79 to tie the series 3–3; James had 45 points and 15 rebounds.
The deciding Game 7 was at Miami. The Celtics largely dominated during the first half. The second half saw several lead changes.
Furthermore, the Heat eventually won 101–88, reaching the NBA Finals for the second straight year. In the much-anticipated match-up with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Above all, the Miami Heat split the first two games, winning Game 2 on the road.
Before sweeping the next three at home. LeBron James was named the Finals MVP as he won his first NBA Championship Ring. The second NBA Championship Ring won by the Miami Heat and Wade.
2013 NBA Championship ring
On July 11, 2012, the Miami Heat officially signed veterans Ray Allen to a three-year contract and Rashard Lewis to a two-year contract.
The Heat would go on a 27-game winning streak between February 3, 2013, and March 27, 2013.
Defeating Orlando in the season finale set the franchise record for 66 wins in a season.
By the end of the season, the Heat won 18 of its 19 road games, the best streak on the road to end a season in NBA history.
The Miami Heat went 17–1 in March, becoming the first team to win 17 games in a single calendar month. The Heat ended with a franchise-best and league-best 66–16 record to take the 1st seed in the 2013 NBA playoffs.
They swept the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round and defeated Chicago in five games before winning against the Indiana Pacers in Game 7.
Miami became the first Eastern Conference team to reach the NBA Finals in three straight years since the Chicago Bulls in the late 1990s.
However, the Miami Heat lost Game 1 of the Finals on their home floor in a close game that was decided by a last-minute buzzer beater by Tony Parker.
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The Heat went on to win Game 2 with a 33–5 run in the second half.
Nonetheless, the two teams continued to trade wins leading up to Game 6 where the San Antonio Spurs, up 10 heading in the 4th quarter, were in position to close out the series and win the championship.
LeBron James went on to score 16 points in the period, outscoring the entire Spurs team by himself at one point.
The Heat went on to defeat the Spurs 95–88 in Game 7 behind a 37-point and 12 rebounds performance from James and a 23-point and 10 rebound efforts from Wade.
Shane Battier also scored 18 points behind 6–8 shooting from 3, after having a shooting slump during the postseason up to that point.
Above all, the Miami Heat captured the NBA title for a second year in a row, becoming the first team in the Eastern Conference to repeat as league champions since the late 1990s Chicago Bulls.
LeBron James was named the NBA Finals MVP, becoming the fifth player to win the award back-to-back along with Michael Jordan, Bill Russell, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, and Hakeem Olajuwon.
Furthermore, the second player in NBA history to win the Finals MVP and league MVP back-to-back along with Jordan.
This was the second NBA Championship ring won by LeBron James and the third NBA Championship ring won by the Miami Heat.