He’s already been to the top. Now he’s preparing for the Big Top. After the Heat picked him fifth overall out of Marquette in 2003, Dwyane Wade didn’t take long to become one of the league’s elite players, or a champion. In the 2006 NBA Finals, against Dallas, he almost single-handedly rallied the Heat from a 2–0 series deficit, averaging 34.7 points and winning the MVP. In the four years since, he’s suffered serious knee and shoulder injuries, dealt with several off-the-court distractions — including a contentious and public divorce — and not won nearly as much as he’d like.