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Gabrielle Union shares how she helps Dwyane Wade get over a big loss

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With three NBA Championships rings, an NBA Finals MVP trophy and 10 All-Star game appearances under his belt, Dwyane Wade is a pretty darn good player. Heck, you could even argue he is the best shooting guard in the game right now.

However, after watching the Miami Heat get blown out of the Finals this year, you couldn’t be blamed for thinking otherwise.

Wade averaged just 15.6points on 44 percent shooting, in addition to racking up  more turnovers (18) than assists (13), while LeBron James single-handedly carried the team.

In Games Four and Five, Wade was almost invisible. Flash contributed a combined total of 21 points and the San Antonio Spurs ran away 4-1 winners in the series, after yet another blow out win to clinch the 2014 NBA Title.

After the game, he was understandably quite upset with the way things panned out but that may not last very long.

Wade’s fiancé, actor Gabrielle Union, was recently on Bravo's WWHL where she let slip how she gets her soon to be husband’s spirits back up, and it is erm…open interpretation? 

Check it out below...

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