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 MIAMI (AP) - Dwyane Wade has his money, has his fame and has his legacy.
All that's left, he says, is adding to that legacy.
Wade is a perennial All-Star who has been to the NBA Finals three times, and when the playoffs open this weekend he and the Miami Heat will be heavily favored to get there again. He says in an interview with The Associated Press that he's always felt like he's needed at least three rings to reach the level of career success he always envisioned.
He's got two rings, from 2006 and from last season. A third, he says, ``would put me in that special group that only a few can say that they're in.''

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