After the Miami Heat gained two megastar free-agents (LeBron James and Chris Bosh), guard Dwyane Wade celebrated with a vacation to Disney World where he stopped by ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex to play a fun 3-on-3 game with Mickey Mouse and AAU girls basketball players from South Florida and Louisiana.
The youth teams are competing in the girls 16-and-under AAU Basketball National Championships. Wade, a former AAU youth basketball player and sponsor of a boys AAU basketball team, shared some words of wisdom with the girls and posed for photos.
In honor of Wade’s visit to the 220-acre Disney sports facility, Disney presented Wade with a custom-made and hand-painted trio of basketballs in the shape of Mickey Mouse’s head.
In the video below, Wade discusses the newest Miami Heat players and his love of Walt Disney World.