Dwyane Wade came up in a company-line NBA. Playing for a notorious control freak in Pat Riley, he learned the time-honored tradition of tightly guarding team business and only airing gripes the old-fashioned way: with leaks to the media.
But times have changed. Today, loose lips get clicks.
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"We're gonna have a lot of time to spend together, so from a team-building and team-bonding perspective, it's always good. But from a basketball
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