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Zaire Wade sees parallels in his father's journey


Zaire Wade has basketball dreams just like his father, Dwyane Wade, and as his high school career has progressed, he also is starting to see parallels in their recruitments. “Growing up he had three offers and I think Marquette was the best one,” Zaire said. “Me right now, I have a [a few] offers so there’s a lot of similarities we’ve had growing up.” (247 Sports)

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