Dwyane Wade has become one of the NBA's greatest all-time shooting guards, but he has never developed a reliable perimeter jumper.
Wade has attempted just 122 three-points over the past two seasons, converting on less than 30 percent of those tries. In a three-season span leading up to the 10-11 season, Wade attempted between 206 and 278 three-pointers.
“The only thing left for me to do is become Mike Miller and shoot a lot of threes,” said Wade when asked of adding to his game. Wade said he won't decide until the season if he will attempt to shoot more three-pointers.
If Wade is to extend his prime, he is widely expected to improve his three-point shooting.