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Dwyane Wade Says Miami Heat Will Retire Udonis Haslem's Jersey

TMZ.com Saturday, 27 November 2021
Should the Miami Heat retire Udonis Haslem's jersey?? Dwayne Wade says it's a matter of when, not if -- telling TMZ Sports he knows his former teammate's jersey will hang from the rafters in Miami one day. Haslem -- who was drafted by Miami in 2002…
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