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Video: Dwyane Wade Gets Asked by Kid Why He Flops

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Dwyane Wade and former Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall run a summer sports academy for kids up in Illinois, but this summer it apparently turned into an episode of "Kids Say the Darndest Thing."

Apparently one young camper couldn't help but ask Wade a common question of any Heat hater: "Why do you flop?"

Wade jokes that he was about to have the kid kicked out of camp, before adding that his father was probably a Spurs fan who put him up to it.

Though, can we take a moment to realize how weird it is to see Wade give a press conference with anyone besides LeBron James beside him?

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