The former 49er star came to Chicago to help announce the PlayersTV platform over the NBA all-star weekend.
Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, CJ McCollum and Vernon Davis are a few of the big-name investors supporting this new “Athletes in Demand” brand, which launches in March 2020 via Samsung TV Plus.
The Thursday before the All-Star Game an impressive collection of media and celebrities converged in Chicago with Wade and the filmmakers who followed the NBA legend for over a decade.
It is time for professional leagues to start listening to the players and consider the idea of legalizing medical marijuana just like a few federal states have for everyday usage.
Andrew Luck’s shocking retirement is another example of how many pro athletes are choosing health and longevity amidst the mounting physical and mental pressure they face in today’s game.
Sidney Brown writes on the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago sports history for WARR.com
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