Ten-year-old Zaire Wade had some surprising news for his dad as Sunday dawned and Game 3 loomed. "He told me this wasn't Father's Day," Dwyane Wade said hours before tipoff. "He said this was 'Son's Day,' and for 'Son's Day' we had to win." Wade smiled as he relayed that story. How could he not? "Like I wasn't already going to try to do that," the amused father of two boys said with a shrug. But here's the difference between Wade and the rest of the millions of fathers among us.
Dwyane Wade comes through on 'Son's Day'
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | Jun 18