The Miami Heat made Dwyane Wade the sixth pick of the NBA’s game-changing 2003 Draft, a draft that also produced LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Bosh. He’ll go down as the draft’s second-most important player. The man they call “Flash” led two different iterations of the Miami Heat to championships, two alongside James and Bosh, and one next to Shaquille O’Neal. The future first-ballot Hall of Famer’s astounding performance in the 2005-06 Finals cemented his legacy. In the Heat’s 4-2 comeback victory over the Dallas Mavericks, Wade averaged 34.7 points, 7.8 boards, 3.8 assists, and 2.7 steals. The eight-time All-Star won the 2008-09 scoring title, putting up 30.2 points a night. After retiring in 2019, Wade has been notably philanthropic, heading up the Wade’s World Foundation, a non-profit that promotes education, health, and social skills of poor children.