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Saturday, August 12, was a night that Dwyane Wade will never forget. 

After a lifetime of hard work and dedication, Wade reached the pinnacle of the basketball world when he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. 

Joining Wade in the 2023 class were Pau Gasol, Tony Parker, Becky Hammon, and Gregg Popovich. 

Widely considered one of the greatest shooting guards to ever play, Wade became the first player drafted by Miami to be inducted. He also became the first player from Marquette University to receive the honor. 

Entering the NBA in 2003, the Heat drafted Wade fifth overall. Despite dealing with various injuries throughout his career, he led Miami to the franchise’s first championship in 2006, when he was named Finals MVP. He added back-to-back titles with the Heat in 2012 and 2013 when fellow draftmates LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined him in South Beach. 

Wade averaged 22.0 points, 5.4 assists, 4.7 rebounds, and 1.5 steals throughout his 16-year career. He was a 13x All-Star, 8x All-NBA, and 3x All-Defense. Wade was also a key figure in leading Team USA to the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics, leading the team in scoring and dropping 27 points in the championship victory over Spain. 

After retiring from the game in 2019, Wade purchased a minority ownership stake of the Utah Jazz in 2021. 

However, Wade wasn’t the only person associated with the Jazz to have their name enshrined in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

Utah local and Jazz color commentator Holly Rowe was named as one of three 2023 Curt Gowdy Media Award recipients.

Rowe is one of the most recognizable figures in sports media, having been with ESPN since 1998 as a college football sideline reporter. Her experience is vast and covers multiple landscapes, including the WNBA, NBA, NFL, NCAA basketball tournament, and the Women’s World Cup.

Before her big break, Rowe graduated from Woods Cross High School in Woods Cross, Utah, and attended BYU for two years. After a short hiatus, she graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in broadcast journalism, immediately interning at CBS Sports. 

Since joining the sports media landscape, Rowe has come full circle thirty years later. She joined the Jazz as a color commentator — alongside the award-winning duo of Craig Bolerjack and Thurl Bailey — at the beginning of the 2021 season. 

With no signs of slowing down, she has also continued her work with ESPN. 

She serves as the lead sideline reporter for ESPN’s Saturday night college football coverage, including the College Football Playoff. She also performs the same role for ESPN’s coverage of women’s college basketball, the Women’s College World Series, the WNBA (including playoffs), and the NCAA Division I volleyball tournament.