Dwyane Wade was pulled by the Miami Heat in 2003, where he developed fast as a solid player with an average of 16 points per game, a 46% shot average and 4 games each starting year. While playing the game with outstanding performances in the playoffs, he was selected shortly by the NBA All-Rookie team in 2004 and was third behind behind Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James.
In the first round of the 2005 NBA playoff, Wade scored 26.3 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds in a 50% field shot when Heat hit the New Jersey net. Wade's performance was prominent in the second round, averaging 31 points, 7 rebounds, and 8 assists while the Washington wizards swept. His passion and perseverance remained true to the Eastern Conference finals, with sinusitis, knee-bite, flu and tight rib muscle, suddenly Heat lost the NBA championship that year.
In 2005-2006, Wade conducted the second All-Star game with the winners of the game to lead the east over the West 122-120. In the 2006 NBA playoff, Wade resumed his team while remaining injured while turning to Detroit Pistons. When Miami Heat defied Dallas Mavericks, some of Wade's most memorable games were scored 42 points (his career career was high) and 13 rebounds. Heat continued Game 6, Series 4-2, and Wade was presented with the Honorable Final MVP trophy. Dwyane Wade's career includes: 2006 NBA Champion and NBA Finals MVP, NBA All-Star four times (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008), 3 All-Defense, 2004 (2005, 2006, 2007) NBA All-Rookie Team,
and the NBA All-Star Skills Challenge champion (2006, 2007).