Dwyane Wade Advises Young NBA Stars Learn Money Management Early

Photo: Instagram/Dwyane Wade

NBA legend Dwyane Wade, known for his three championships and hefty earnings, reveals a tough lesson: managing money isn't easy. 

Despite raking in close to $200 million in his career, Wade admits it took him years to grasp financial management. 

Speaking to CNBC Make It, Wade emphasizes the importance of financial education for young athletes, like rising star Caitlin Clark, who now earn millions.

Photo: Instagram/Dwyane Wade

Wade's advice stems from his own experience of feeling overwhelmed by sudden wealth when he entered the league at 21. 

His biggest regret? Not seeking help sooner and being too proud to admit his financial ignorance. 

Now, Wade urges young players to seek guidance from trusted and successful individuals to secure their financial futures. 

He hopes leagues will prioritize educating athletes about money management to pave the way for generational wealth.

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Source: CNBC 

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