Wade's 13-year-old son may be next great passing

Updated: 2016-02-03 09:40


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Wade's 13-year-old son may be next great passing


Dwyane Wade's son Zaire is only thirteen, but he's already dominating the competition and displaying some ridiculous passing skills.  [Photo/Agencies]

Like father, like son.

Zaire Wade, 13, recently popped up in headlines for sending his dad an inspirational text that helped the Heat get a victory, being hilariously unimpressed with his dad’s dunking abilities, and even getting some tips on his game from the Black Mamba himself, Kobe Bryant.

Now, the young Wade is proving that he already has some of the skills on the court that make his father a 12-time NBA All-Star – despite the fact that he won’t even graduate high school until 2020.

The young Wade was a participant at the John Lucas Basketball Camp in Texas recently, and he dominated his competitors, showing the ability to play strong defense, block shots, get to the rim, and knock it down from distance. His best skill, however, was his passing game, as the lefty dished out seriously impressive dimes including some beautiful no-look, half-court-bounce, and even behind-the-back passes to his teammates.

Wade was so impressive that he even got some dap from one of the camp’s referees in the middle of a game.

Once the young Zaire hits his inevitable growth spurt and adds some size to his already refined ball handling and passing skills? Watch out.