Former Miami Heat All-Star Dwyane Wade shares his money management advice


Dwyane Wade is still moving fast, but not on the basketball court this time.

The retired three-time NBA champion for the Miami Heat has investments in media companies and consumer goods. Wade, 40, bought a stake in two sports teams, the NBA’s Utah Jazz, in April 2021 and has co-owned MLS club Real Salt Lake, owned by Blackstone manager David Blitzer, since January 2022.

He hosts a TV show on TBS, The Cube, and is a co-founder of Budweiser Zero, the iconic brand’s entry into non-alcoholic beer. And that doesn’t even affect the deals he made during his playing days in South Florida.

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Wade retired from basketball in 2019 and reportedly earned nearly $200 million during his 16-year NBA career Spotraca website that monitors sports contacts.

With this financial success, Wade has learned how to make strategic financial decisions. Watch the video to learn about Wade’s three keys to managing his money.

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