When 07.09.2012Basketball player for the Miami Heat Dwyane Wade briefly chats to some young fans before taking off to attend to some other duties at a book signing at Books and Books in the Museum of Art at Fort Lauderdale, Florida in promotion of his new autobiography, 'A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball'.
The Chicago-born athlete recently described fatherhood as having 'no color, in a sense' in an interview with NBC 6 South Florida. 'I understand the importance of fatherhood in my life when I was growing up, and I understand the mentors that I had in my life that shaped me into the person that I am today', he explained while talking about the themes in his new book
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