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Watch Dwyane Wade's fifth-grade son, Zaire Wade, dominate on court

June 25, 2013|By Chuck Schilken

Dwyane Wade's 10-year-old son, Zaire Wade, seems to have inherited much of his father's basketball skills.

How much? So much that the fifth-grader feels comfortable trash talking his pop, who just won his third NBA title with the Miami Heat last week.

The day after getting dunked on by Chicago's Taj Gibson last month, the elder Wade described his ever-compassionate son's reaction on Twitter:

But Zaire Wade isn't all talk. There's a video (see above) making the rounds on the Internet, first posted by City League Hoops, featuring the youngster's recent highlights at the John Lucas Future of the Game Camp.

In the clip, he appears to score 17 points to go with four assists, while showing off some pretty fancy moves as well.

No dunks though. Apparently he saves those for his old man.

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