In the spring of 2003, as college basketball’s blueblood programs marched through the NCAA Tournament, a do-it-all guard from Marquette University danced his way into tournament lore. A star was born, and within a few years, an NBA champion was crowned. Dwyane Wade was drafted by the Miami Heat in the historic 2003 NBA Draft. By his second season, he was already one of the top players in the League. His 42, 36, 43, and 36-point outings in the final four games of the 2006 NBA Finals gave Miami its first NBA championship. Wade was named Finals MVP. In 2008, Wade earned his second Olympic medal, this time gold as a member of the so-called Redeem Team. Back in Miami, the perennial All-Star helped lure LeBron James and Chris Bosh to South Beach in pursuit of more hardware. The eight-time All-NBA selection sacrificed individual accolades for the betterment of the team resulting in back-to-back title runs in 2012 and 2013 to cement his status as one of the great shooting guards in the history of the game.