Dwyane Wade angry at Sierra Canyon coach, won’t attend Zaire’s state title game
As part of TNT’s post-game show on Tuesday night, three-time NBA champion Dwyane Wade made it clear that he is not happy with his son’s high school basketball coach.
Wade’s son, Zaire, plays for Sierra Canyon, which is a private school in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Chatsworth. The boys basketball team recently advanced to the state championship round, but Dwyane says he will not be attending, and his son won’t be playing.
Dwyane Wade also seemed to have an issue with head coach Andre Chevalier, who did not play Zaire in the team’s regional final win over Etiwanda on Tuesday night.
“I will not be there. My son ain’t playing and I don’t want to do nothing to the coach,” Dwyane Wade said. “I will be rooting for the kids.”
Dwyane Wade was asked if he will be attending Sierra Canyon's state championship game.
"I will not be there. My son ain't playing and I don't want to do nothing to the coach. I will be rooting for the kids." pic.twitter.com/RYcANAW693
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Clearly, Dwyane Wade would like to see his son get more playing time. Calling out the coach of his son’s team on national television is a bit extreme, though. In the end, it seems he was simply defending his son, as any good father would do.