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Utah Jazz owners Ryan Smith and Dwyane Wade (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)
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Dwyane Wade Hits Provo Golf Course In Utah Jazz Gear

Utah Jazz owners Ryan Smith and Dwyane Wade (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Dwyane Wade is starting to get more comfortable in his new digs. The minority owner of the Utah Jazz shared a video of himself on the golf course in a Jazz hat at the Riverside Country Club.

Wade hit the links with Jazz majority owner Ryan Smith, Stance’s Clarke Miyasaki, and Andre King.

In the video, Wade swings around to show off the scenic Provo mountain views from the golf course.

“The views out here is crazy, y’all,” Wade says in the video. “This is on the golf course.”

 

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Wade and Smith first met on a golf course in California several years before the Miami Heat legend decided to purchase a share of the Jazz in April.

“Not a bad day at work,” Wade captioned the post.

The post garnered attention from some other major names in the world of sports. Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen commented “not bad” in the mentions, while PGA Tour pro and Utah native Tony Finau weighed in.

“Utah Golf bro! 🔥 enjoy it!” Finau wrote.

It’s not the first time Wade has shown himself wearing Jazz gear since buying the team. The guard posted a photo with his son Zaire sitting on the sidelines of a gym in the a Jazz hat, while his son donned a team sweatshirt.

 

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While Jazz fans have to be thrilled at seeing Wade so willing to embrace the state, not everyone in the superstar’s mentions were as excited.

“Something wrong with the hat it’s isn’t a @miamiheat one 😢,” one poster wrote.

Heat fans will have to get used to the idea of Wade in Jazz gear. On a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wade and wife Gabrielle Union said they were considering buying a place in Park City in order to be able to spend more time in Utah.

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