NBA star Dwayne Wade returns to Alma Mater, Marquette

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — NBA star Dwyane Wade returned to his alma mater Tuesday, September 11th. He signed books at Marquette University.

The book — about raising his two sons — is called “A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger than Basketball.”

Wade has had a fascination with writing for years. When he was in high school, he considered a journalism career and was a sports writer for the school newspaper. He even kept a journal during his college days at Marquette.

He’s now the current co-captain for the Miami Heat and an eight-time NBA All-Star.