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Vince Carter inspired Dwyane Wade’s chin-ups before games

Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade revealed that his routine of doing rim chin-ups before the games was inspired by the now-former NBA player Vince Carter.

D-Wade posted two instagram stories. One includes a photo of him doing a chin-up with a comment “started by watching one of the best do it.”

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It was followed by a photo of Vince Carter doing a chin-up to which the three-time NBA champion reacted with a comment “Inspired by the GREATS!”

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The two legends also had a conversation:

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Thank you Vince Carter 🐐🌹🙏🏾

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