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Dwyane Wade, Travis Diener and Tom Crean get back together to reminisce about Marquette's 2003 Final Four. Some of it might even be true.

TOWN OF WALES - Dwyane Wade's voice was in rough shape Monday morning. The former Marquette star's vocal chords were collateral damage from a few days – and late nights – of swapping stories and needling ex-teammates from the Golden Eagles' run to the Final Four in the 2003 NCAA Tournament. But Wade couldn't get enough of the camaraderie, so he was shaking off the cobwebs and getting ready to play 18 holes at The Legend at Brandybrook in...
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