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From ESPN - March 13, 2018

Since returning to the Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade has looked to re-engage with the local community and celebrate his longtime legacy in the area that extends far beyond just the American Airlines Arena court.

Within a week of his return, tragedy struck at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. One of the students lost was Joaquin Oliver, a 17-year-old Heat fan who had idolized Wade throughout his Hall of Fame career. Oliver was buried in his favorite Heat No. 3 jersey.

"It's a tough time for their family," Wade said. "It's a tough time for a lot of families in Parkland."

Over the past month, Wade has included a hand-scribed tribute to Oliver on the midsole of his shoes for every game, along with the hashtag #MSDstrong. Wade also presented the Oliver family with a customized pair of his Li-Ning Way of Wade 6s featuring the Stoneman Douglas school logo and Oliver's name along the strap.

Wade plans to continue his tribute throughout the rest of the season. On Wednesday, he surprised Stoneman Douglas students at the school's first day of full classes since the shooting, engaging in discussions around gun violence solutions and ways in which he could impact both the Miami-area community and his hometown of Chicago.

I just had a great conversation with some of the students at Stoneman Douglas High School about some important/impactful things that they have planned. I am looking forward to being more involved in the change that they WILL create. #MSDStrong


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