Stand By Your Man: Miami Heat Defend Dwyane Wade In Suspension Judgment After ‘Kneeing’ Incident

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December 30, 2012 ‐ By
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From ESSENCE

Dwyane Wade was suspended from Friday night’s Miami Heat game against the Detroit Pistons for an incident that occurred during Wednesday night’s game against the Charlotte Bobcats. Wade allegedly kneed guard Ramon Sessions in the groin. The Miami Heat issued a statement disagreeing with the judgement, according to the Associated Press.

“While we accept the decision of the NBA regarding Dwyane Wade, we do not agree with it,” read the statement. “In his 10 years in the league, Dwyane has never been suspended, and has been an exemplary player and positive influence to his teammates and fans and we have been honored to have him as part of the Miami Heat family. Unfortunately, he is the type of player, along with other players on our roster, that defense take privileges with. We stand with Dwyane and support him in this situation and have made our feelings known to the league office.”

Fair enough. You can read the rest, including Wade’s reaction to the incident, on ESSENCE.

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  • applesauce585

    That was a “punkAZZ” kick to the groing by D Wade….and my opionion IT WAS INTENTIONAL!

  • kierah

    Make your feelings known, but it still was a wayward knee to the groin. Most men try to avoid below the belt hits like that.

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