A few weeks ago, I went to Miami Heat training camp to catch the team’s players.
The Heat had won two championships, and they were building a brand new stadium in South Beach that they hoped would become a home for the NBA All-Star Game in 2019.
It’s the kind of thing you get a sense of from a movie about a basketball team: The owner wants to give you a place to play.
But for Wade, it’s about a new kind of living that’s different from what we’ve seen in the past.
Wade has always lived in the same city as his wife, Vanessa, and their two children.
But since he’s taken a more active role in the franchise, he’s had to take on a new lifestyle.
It was time to live differently, Wade said at the time.
“This year, it was kind of a different lifestyle for me,” Wade said.
“When I first started out, it just was kind, like, my lifestyle was to be with Vanessa and the kids and to be a father.
But now, with my new lifestyle, it changes, too.
I’m able to do things that I wouldn’t have been able to just do 20 years ago.”
It’s a lifestyle that Wade has been taking on for several years now.
The only real change is that Wade isn’t living in the city anymore.
In fact, he moved into a new apartment, but it’s not a new place.
It just happens to be on the same block as his former condo in South Florida.
“We didn’t have to move in together,” Wade says.
“I just moved into this apartment in South Daytona and it’s a really nice place.”
In his new apartment the Heat have added a big screen TV.
The living room features a large mural of a Miami Dolphins logo.
On the wall is a framed photo of Wade in a Dolphins jersey, which he has since retired.
The room also has a large table with an orange couch, two chairs, a table and a television.
It all looks more like a typical modern Miami house than a luxury apartment.
It also doesn’t have the kind-of-hotel-like decor that Wade would have used in his old life.
It has a big black leather couch, but not a table or chairs.
Instead, the room is a little more like the living room at a home he once shared with his wife.
“The living room was always my home,” Wade explains.
“It was the place I’d spend the nights.”
Wade has become more than just a Heat player, though.
He’s also become a spokesperson for the brand.
In 2015, the Heat hosted the NBA Finals game, and Wade sat courtside with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Dwyess Wade, who was wearing a Miami Heat jersey.
Wade was there to give out autographs and pose for photos with fans.
The entire team was there.
It marked the first time a player from a sports franchise was there in person, which was a rarity.
Now Wade is a spokesperson of the brand and has been for several seasons.
The team recently opened its new $25 million practice facility in South Miami, a facility that has the look and feel of a luxury condo.
Wade and other Heat players have been working out at the new facility.
“Every player is very active, working out in their new practice facility,” Heat general manager Mike Bass says.
It will be open from Wednesday to Friday, when the Heat host the Miami Heat at 3 p.m.
The practice facility will be the latest in a long line of additions to the Miami franchise.
There were five different sports facilities in Miami during Wade’s time as the Heat’s star player, but he had more than one goal in mind when he came to the city: the franchise.
Wade grew up in South America, which is where he grew up.
He played for the South American Olympic team, the South America Professional Basketball Association (APBA), and for a few years worked for the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA).
When he was playing in the NBA, the NBA had one of the highest salaries in the league.
He went to the NBPA, where he played until he was 30.
After playing in Europe, Wade moved back to the U.S. and started a business called Heat Basketball.
“My biggest dream was to become a professional basketball player and that’s exactly what I was doing,” Wade told Bleacher Sports.
“At that time, the most expensive athlete in the world was LeBron James.
I had to work harder than anybody in the entire world to make it.
It wasn’t just about the money, it wasn’t even just about money.
It really was just about being a great teammate and being a champion.”
After the team relocated to South Beach, the team had to move again to avoid the possibility of the Miami