In 1994, Jolinda Wade was arrested for possession of crack cocaine with the intent to sell.
By Michael Brice-Saddler, The Washington Post
Original Source: boston.com
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade played in his penultimate NBA game Tuesday night, tallying 30 points to punctuate a career adorned with championships and all-star selections.
Earlier that day, however, the release of a tear-jerking Budweiser commercial gave fans a glimpse into a different side of Wade – one that his professional accolades tend to overshadow.
Basketball is an afterthought in the four-minute ad. Instead, Wade’s most memorable impacts are the ones he played in the lives of others. Five people take turns thanking Wade for his role off the court: a woman who Wade took shopping when her house burned down around Christmas; a woman who got to…click here to continue reading