Loyola captures Dwyane Wade’s attention: ‘Anyone has Sister Jean info!’

Are the two Chicago icons cooking something up?

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Former Miami Heat superstar and Chicago area native Dwyane Wade apparently is also a big fan of Sister Jean.

Former Miami Heat superstar and Chicago area native Dwyane Wade apparently is also a big fan of Sister Jean.

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Sister Jean and the Loyola Ramblers have again captivated the attention of the country — and one of Chicago’s favorite native sons — at the men’s NCAA Tournament.

To be clear: This is no Cinderella run for Porter Moser’s squad, who dismantled No. 1 seed Illinois on Sunday and showed they have the tools to win the whole thing. Sister Jean, who doubles as the Ramblers’ team chaplain and No. 1 fan, has once more joined the team in the spotlight ahead of their Sweet 16 matchup next weekend against Oregon State.

And now former Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade — who hails from nearby Robbins, Illinois — wants to get in on the fun.

“Anyone has Sister Jean info!?” Wade wrote on Twitter. “Asking for a friend.”

The Loyola response: “It’s only right that two of Chicago’s (goat emjoji)s get together. Hit us up.”

Seems promising!

Read more at usatoday.com

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