By Tim Reynolds
AP Sports Writer
MIAMI — Only a year ago, everything in Dwyane Wade’s life was uncertain.
Former business partners had brought a combination of civil lawsuits, seeking somewhere around $100 million in what they said was the earnings potential of some failed deals. His yearslong divorce battle was still unsettled. Another courtroom fight was looming for custody of his two sons. And the free-agent period was fast-approaching.
“Very long year,” Wade said Saturday. “Very, very long year.”