Dwyane Wade Hosting ‘Next 25’ Limited Series
Dwyane Wade is tapped to host a new limited series titled Next 25. Bleacher Report is poised to explore what the future holds for the NBA.
Dwyane Wade ‘Next 25’ Host Looking At The Future
NBA legend Dwyane Wade is set to host Next 25.
It’s the NBA’s 75th anniversary this season.
And Bleacher Report is looking to see what the next 25 years are shaping up to be for the league.
So what better way than getting an NBA superstar to head the new show…enter Dwyane Wade
Wade is leading a six-part limited digital series to explore that question.
According to reports, some of the topics that will be discussed is how players interact with the fans through the media.
Additionally, how will players are spending their loot?
Also, included in the series are the growth of the WNBA and the changes being made.
Finally, the up-and-coming fashion trends are to be explored.
Even though fashion will be touched on with the guests, we all know Wade has a lot invested in his own fashion sense.
Among Those Featured In The Series
- Scottie Barnes (2022 Rookie of the Year)
- Obi Toppin (Knicks forward)
- Tyrese Haliburton (Pacers guard)
- Napheesa Collier (WNBA star)
- and other special guests
And that’s only in the first episode!
Scott Polacek of The Bleacher Report writes –
“It’s hard to find someone better to talk about the future of basketball—both on and off the court—than Dwyane Wade.
After all, the Miami Heat legend won three NBA championships and was selected to 13 All-Star Games all while being a fashion connoisseur.”
Adding to his praise of the NBA legend, Polacek also writes on the B/R website –
“It is only fitting then that the future Hall of Famer was front and center for a discussion about where the game, media, fashion and more are headed.”
So what will the next 25 years of the NBA look like?
Stay tuned to find out.
Sponsored by Coinbase, Next 25 will be available to watch on Bleacher Report’s YouTube channel, as well as the B/R app right now.
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