Dwyane Wade hangs with Chicago Sky, supports Special Olympics

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Miami Heat guard and Chicago native Dwyane Wade comes home for the offseasons and holds camps around the Chicago area.

Wade made an appearance at a Chicago Sky practice on Thursday and took a picture with Sky forward Elena Delle Donne, who’s the best player in the WNBA this season.

Wade has been known to help the kids with handicaps in the Chicago area.

Delle Donne and Wade teamed up and sponsored a special olympics basketball team in Chicago, and the two basketball stars helped teach the kids basketball drills.

On Friday, former Bears receiver Brandon Marshall and Wade played host to a sports camp in Chicago for underprivileged kids.

Passion-If you don’t have it-Find it.. . ImposeUrWill A photo posted by Brandon Marshall (@bmarshall) on Jul 10, 2015 at 8:08am PDT

No indication where the camps are held, but Marshall and Wade have worked this camp all week.

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