- Wade was a unanimous nominee for the Basketball Hall of Fame class of 2023
- As of April 2021, he has a minority stake in the Utah Jazz
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NBA legend Dwyane Wade not only made a hole-in-one while golfing at Pebble Beach, but also happened to capture the moment.
The unanimous 2023 Hall of Fame inductee also posted the moment to his Instagram with the caption, “From the NBA hall of fame to the Pebble Beach Hall of Fame, I might as well get golf tattooed on my body, I’m sitting locked up for life. ! HOLE IN ONE!’
Wade’s caption also included a golfer emoji.
During the video, he also exclaims that it is his first hole-in-one, or at least the first hole-in-one he recorded at Pebble Beach.
Earlier this summer, Wade was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, joining legendary names like Tony Parker, Pau Gasol, Becky Hammon, Gregg Popovich and Dirk Nowitzki.
Basketball Hall of Famer member and NBA Dwyane Wade made a hole-in-one at Pebble Beach
Wade posted the video to his Instagram and said he is now heading to the Pebble Beach HOF
The 13-time All-Star was a unanimous nominee for the Basketball Hall of Fame class of 2023
Wade finished his 17-year career with career averages of 22 points and 5.4 assists per game.
The thirteen-time All-Star spent most of his career with the Miami Heat, while also making brief stops with his hometown Chicago Bulls and the Cleveland Cavilers.
During his time in Miami, Wade lifted the Larry O’Brien Trophy three times.
He won his first NBA championship in the 2005-06 season alongside fellow Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, while winning the other two in consecutive years during the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.
The latter of the two titles came when he famously teamed up with LeBron James and Chris Bosh to form Miami’s historic “Big 3.”
During his retirement, Wade has also taken on a minority role in the Utah Jazz, which was announced on April 16, 2021.