We all should live every day to our fullest, and one NBA star put in a day for the books this week.
Dwyane Wade spent early Sunday afternoon helping the Miami Heat beat the Knicks at Madison Square Garden, yet that was just the beginning of 24 hours to remember around New York City.
Shortly after the game, the New York Post reports that Wade talked with Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, who attended the game with her kids at Madison Square Garden. Could the well dressed Heat star be working his connections for a gig in the fashion industry?
Following his celebrity hobnobbing, Wade threatened to lose his man card by leaving the Garden with his stylist to buy socks in Manhattan.
He quickly regained his reputation after spotting some teenagers playing pickup ball at Tompkins Square Park in the East Village, and Wade reportedly stopped to play some street ball with the stunned teens for about 15 minutes.
Imagine how much trouble Wade, earning over $15.6 million this season, would have been in had he turned an ankle.
After all that running around, Wade ended his day infamously by sitting near Tim Tebow at the Yankees-Angels game, picking up a loud Bronx Cheer from baseball fans.
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