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Dwyane Wade's family had a lot to celebrate on Saturday, because his son Zaire was drafted by the Salt Lake City Stars with the tenth overall pick in the G-League Draft. 

The Stars are the G-League affiliate of the NBA's Utah Jazz, which Wade is also a part-owner of. 

The video of their reaction to finding out in real-time that he was drafted can be seen in embedded in a tweet below from Bleacher Report. 

Wade played 16-years in the NBA after being the fifth overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft out of Marquette. 

He played most of his career in Miami with the Heat, but towards the end he spent one season on his home-town Chicago Bulls and part of another season on the Cleveland Cavaliers with his good friend LeBron James. 

He then returned to Miami to play the final season and a half of his career with the team that he will always be known for playing with. 

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